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The Emotional Guide
This emotional guide was developed for several reasons. To provide insights into the emotional issues which we commonly encounter, as a guide for understanding our disconnected behaviors and how to... More > move beyond those. Also, to help ensure that our words and/or actions do not invite emotional issues into the lives of others. And to improve our ability to interact effectively through understanding our emotional baggage from past events, large, small, real or imagined.
The Guide, by its design, with the behaviors in the first section, may be construed as being a tool for connecting/moving beyond existing problematic issues. It may also be used as a tool to study our words and actions which lead to emotional issues for others, with the purpose of avoiding those behaviors, which will lead to better outcomes for those we interact with.< Less
Forgiveness: A Detailed Study
Most world religions include teachings on the nature of forgiveness, and many of these teachings provide an underlying basis for many varying modern day traditions and practices of forgiveness. Some... More > religious doctrines or philosophies place greater emphasis on the need for humans to find some sort of divine forgiveness for their own shortcomings, others place greater emphasis on the need for humans to practice forgiveness of one another, yet others make little or no distinction between human and divine forgiveness.< Less
Empathy: A Detailed Study
Empathy is the capacity to recognize feelings that are being experienced by another sentient or semi-sentient (in fiction writing) being. Someone may need to have a certain amount of empathy before... More > they are able to feel compassion. The English word was coined in 1909 by E.B. Titchener as an attempt to translate the German word "Einfühlungsvermögen", a new phenomenon explored at the end of 19th century mainly by Theodor Lipps. It was later re-translated into the German language (Germanized) as "Empathie", and is still in use there.< Less
Desire: A Detailed Study
While desires are often classified as emotions by laypersons, psychologists often describe desires as different from emotions; psychologists tend to argue that desires arise from bodily structures,... More > such as the stomach's need for food, whereas emotions arise from a person's mental state.
Desire is a sense of longing for a person or object or hoping for an outcome. Desire is the fire that sets action aflame. The same sense is expressed by emotions such as "craving" or "hankering".< Less
Emotional House, pdf
The Emotional House was developed as means of starting people on a journey to emotional wellness. It can be effectively used by intellectualizers to see why emotional education and work are... More > beneficial to better relationships - resulting in improved outcomes at home, at work and in other social settings.< Less
Emotions & Facial Expressions
This short e-book describing about 60 facial expressions, extracted from my book "Drawing People", was made for the benefit of centers, schools and individuals who work with autism. To such... More > entities I give permission to print out these pages and distribute them freely to people who may be in need of such a reference. I only ask that the e-book itself not be circulated, and that each center purchase its own legal copy to print from, as a contribution to my own livelihood!< Less
Emotional Rain Vol. 2
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Conduct yourself like the Great Soul that you are and not some poor Imitation of Someone Else…if God went through the trouble to make you (and believe me there is Only One of You) then HE must... More > know something that You don’t…You have Value, You have a Purpose, You are Needed!< Less
Emotions Control Secrets Uncovered
What you need to know to commanding and mastering the emotions is included in this special report:
The Link Between Impulsive Responses and the Emotions
Self-Help in... More > Controlling the Emotions
Emotions and Parenting
Emotions and Dating
Emotions and Marriage
I show you how to manage and conquer your emotions; no matter what it is that is causing your emotions!
This is the most comprehensive report on emotions control that you will ever read! Not only does it include timely tips and advice understanding the factors that cause you emotions, but also clues to help you zero in on and control key factors within your life that could trigger emotions. This comprehensive special report covers the following topics:
Training Tips for Controlling Emotions
Building Blocks to Get Started
Working Inside out to Control your Emotions
You won’t want to miss out on this! Learn to manage and control your emotions today!< Less
Master Your Emotion
What is motivation? It has been described in many ways, but the most basic
understanding of motivation (especially where it concerns education) is that it is a
two part experience.
The first part... More > involves the level of interest within any individual regarding the task
they are seeking to accomplish, and the second part involves the external
influences that have a power over the individual’s level of effort.
This ebook analyzes the profound need for
teachers to create a good rapport between
themselves and their students, and will also
provide detailed explanations of how to implement
beneficial motivational programs.
It also covers how teachers, parents and
classroom volunteers can all provide the kinds of moral support, encouragement
and assistance that lead to intrinsic motivation for the rest of the student’s life.< Less
Emotional Intelligence: High-impact Strategies - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors
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Emotional intelligence (EI) is an ability, skill or, in the case of the trait EI model, a self-perceived ability to identify, assess, and control the emotions of oneself, of others, and of groups.... More > Various models and definitions have been proposed of which the ability and trait EI models are the most widely accepted in the scientific literature. Criticisms have centered on whether the construct is a real intelligence and whether it has incremental validity over IQ and the Big Five personality dimensions.
This book is your ultimate resource for Emotional Intelligence. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.
This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Emotional Intelligence. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Emotional Intelligence with the objectivity of experienced professionals.< Less