This concept is often misunderstood in the business world and our culture. Most of us do not understand our emotions and fall “victim” to thinking emotion is something to control and even be afraid of.
This leads to unhealthy suppression or an overreaction to the very natural human experience of emotion. In this state, we judge our emotional climate as good or bad, right or wrong which leads to an even greater misunderstanding of emotion.
Self-regard, self-actualization, interdependence and emotional awareness.
Empathy, social responsibility, healthy connection to others, open communication.
Impulse control, stress management, ability to grasp reality, self-expression.
General mood, ability to shift from fear to power, ability to “allow” emotion with self and others.
THERE IS NO LIMIT TO YOUR CAPACITY TO GROW EMOTIONALLY. This leads to a richer, more enjoyable life, the ability to be satisfied, and to live in peace regardless of your circumstance.
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