Enhancing Emotional Intelligence – Part I

Feelings Are As Important As Facts

First things first—A feeling is a fact at the moment a person is experiencing it. Emotion is as important as logic. In other words, if a person feels sad because their pet of ten years is lost or died, the sadness is as real as the sun, and they are not to be talked out of their feelings but instead receive empathy. If someone is angry about losing a job, their anger is as real to them as the stars in the sky. Again, empathy is the main element in the emotionally-intelligent person’s repertoire of responses.

Unfortunately, many people, especially many men, have been taught that the expression of feelings and emotions makes them weak or inferior in some way. This is changing rapidly for younger generations who are being exposed to and supported in learning about emotional intelligence early on in their education.

Now no matter your age, I.Q., vocation, occupation, or education, you too hold in your hands a practical, easy to understand and implement, guide to increasing and enhancing your emotional intelligence, which will allow you to be more emotionally present and available to those you love, care about, and even work with.

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Bestselling author, public speaker, life coach, teacher, relationship coach, and anger management specialist.

One thought on “Enhancing Emotional Intelligence – Part I”

  1. So true John, men are thought to be weak or not manly enough if we express our true inside emotions. Just watched A Dogs Purpose last night, Mary Ann and and I cried enough for a long time !!! Thanks for the help my friend .. Emotional Sobriety is a life long work, day by day, trying to open up and really enjoy this wonderful life .

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