That is, as a rule, the higher a person’s EQ (emotional quotient), the less insecurity is likely to be present, and the more openness will be tolerated.
People with strong EQ have less emotional ‘baggage’, and conversely people with low EQ tend to have personal unresolved issues which either act as triggers.
A person’s preparedness to expose their feelings, vulnerabilities, thoughts, etc., is a feature of EQ.
Compassion and humanity are fundamental life – forces; our Emotional Intelligence enables us to appreciate and develop these vital connections between self, others, purpose, meaning, existence, life and the world as a whole, and to help others do the same.
- Knowing your emotions.
- Managing your own emotions.
- Motivating yourself.
- Recognizing and understanding other people’s emotions.
- Managing relationships, i.e., managing the emotions of others.
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