Monthly Archives: March 2019

What Is Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman

We define EI or EQ as the ability to: Recognize, understand and manage our own emotions Recognize, understand and influence the emotions of others In practical terms, this means being aware that emotions can drive our behavior and impact people (positively and negatively), and learning how to manage those emotions – both our own and […]

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What is Emotional Intelligence?

What’s more important: IQ or emotional intelligence? If you think IQ is more important, you might be surprised at what you’ll learn in this piece – that’s not to say that IQ isn’t important, but there may be some traits that are even more influential on our success. If you think EQ is more important, […]

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13 Signs of High Emotional Intelligence | Inc.com

Emotional intelligence begins with what is called self- and social awareness, the ability to recognize emotions (and their impact) in both yourself and others. That awareness begins with reflection. You ask questions like: What are my emotional strengths? What are my weaknesses? How does my current mood affect my thoughts and decision making? What’s going […]

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A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose

A wake-up call for the entire planet . . . [A New Earth] helps us to stop creating our own suffering and obsessing over the past and what the future might be, and to put ourselves in the now.” —Oprah Winfrey With his bestselling spiritual guide The Power of Now, Eckhart Tolle inspired millions of […]

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The Power of Now

Chapter Two: “Consciousness: The Way Out of Pain”Edit In Chapter Two, Tolle tells the reader that they must recognize their personal ego “without the ego creating an antagonistic response to its own denial or destruction” and explains the purposelessness of the “mental pain and anguish” that people hold on to.[12] According to the book: “The […]

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Read – Eckhart Tolle

What is a negative emotion? An emotion that is toxic to the body and interferes with its balance and harmonious functioning. Fear, anxiety, anger, bearing a grudge, sadness, hatred or intense dislike, jealousy, envy—all disrupt the energy flow through the body, affect the heart, the immune system, digestion, production of hormones, and so on. Even […]

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Development and Validation of a Scale to Measure Children’s Contact Refusal of Parents Following Divorce

This article describes the development of a self-report measure to assess children refusing contact with their parents following divorce or separation. Two samples of young adults were collected to conduct an exploratory factor analysis (N = 96) and a confirmatory factor analysis (N = 332). The fit of the CFA was found to be adequate. […]

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Parental Alienation Empirical Analysis: Child Best Interests or Parental Rights?

“There is now scholarly consensus that severe alienation is abusive to children (Fidler and Bala,2010), and is a largely overlooked form of child abuse (Bernet et al, 2010)”1 “Despite controversies among child and mental-health experts about the usefulness and scientific validity of the concept, parental alienation claims and court findings associated with them have virtually (between […]

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