Introducing Emotional Intelligence: A Practical Guide by David Walton

By David Walton

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Emotional intelligence is the innate strength to believe, use, converse, realize, take note, describe, examine from, deal with, comprehend, and clarify emotions.

Introducing Emotional Intelligence teaches the reader the best way to develop into extra conscious of his or her personal feelings, and indicates how being extra conscious of others feelings can increase own relationships.

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No. In fact, the opposite. Jordan had a survival fear that needed to be addressed first before he could be free to begin his grief. This is similar to a situation where two soldiers are together on the battlefield and one is killed. The surviving soldier can’t take the time to grieve—he needs to keep shooting, or else he may also be killed. He will have to wait till he is safer before he can begin to grieve. ’’ Jordan addressed this same question in a very practical way. In the religious life of a Jewish boy, the bar mitzvah is his rite of passage into adulthood at age thirteen.

On the palms of this statue, there stands another, just like it, only eight or nine times bigger. The statue on the bottom is the idol of death. The much larger statue on the top is the idol of the fear of death. ’’ ‘‘The fear of death can be a very scary thing. Everyone is afraid of death itself or of what death can take from them. ’’ Yotam nodded. ’’ ‘‘Is it the way or timing of death? Is it the uncertainty or lack of control? ’’ ‘‘Lack of control . . ’’ We continued to speak about the Black Place for the better part of an hour.

She then had someone take pictures of her decorating the tree with various clay pots, heavy ropes, and many other things. It Is Normal to Grow after Trauma 37 A few weeks later, Sarah came to see me. She was withdrawn and contemplative as she related to me that the dead tree had begun to sprout leaves! She later brought more photos, and, indeed, the dead tree was covered with leaves. It had no roots, it had lain outside the ground for a very long time, and yet it lived. ’’ What did it mean to be replanted in another country without roots or support and flourish nonetheless?

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