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Emotional Intelligence and dating.

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I've found being an empath is tough in the dating world
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January 25 Total posts: 67
- Equality of mind and heart definitely fits into high EI. For one thing, a lack of it with set off emotional triggers in team members...and understandably so. Thank you for taking time to respond.
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Emotional intelligence is also interacting with others on an equal level. Behind one of the group members who is productive for the common goal.
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January 24 Total posts: 67
- Aloha to Atlanta, Hawaii, South American woman. Sounds like "the world is your oyster!" Thank you for connecting.
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Aloha and hello from Atlanta
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January 23 Total posts: 67
- Great question! I prefer to use the word "manage" rather than "control." Also, let me put the disclaimer out, emotions are complex, because they are primarily housed in the most complex human organ...the brain.
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Love that concept can humans control their emotions 100% of the time??? What about crying??? How about laughing??? those are emotions too? Should you control or surprise those?
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January 21 Total posts: 67
- Thank you for your response and interest. Probably like all guys, I need to develop a higher level of EI, especially with dating relationships.
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January 21
I like this
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January 19 Total posts: 67
- You are on your own personal search for Emotional Intelligence...or looking for a guy with Emotional Intelligence?😉
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Emotional intelligence... lol I'm on the search
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January 19 Total posts: 67
- Yes... you're wrong...not a troll, but totally understandable. From time to time I take a break from the site. But I do appreciate your response.
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I could be wrong... Sure.
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Screams troll sorry. Profile hidden? Usually hand in hand. I could write a book...
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January 7 Total posts: 67
Thank you for contributing to the discussion. I agree with you. Part of the strategy in developing a high EI is trying to move toward win-win solutions and not make everything a competition. The EI theory I adopt is one that have four hierarchical levels, which each level requiring a higher skill set. - Kevin
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January 4 Total posts: 67
- RockinRobin - Thank you for contributing to the discussion. You make a good point. It is very easy to slip into trying to manipulate, rather manage their emotions. Ex. Using known trigger words is manipulative. Avoiding them is not
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Emotional intelligence, to me, does not include trying to manage other people's emotions! Unless they are children to be guided, that is manipulative. I only work at feeling, then managing my own. I feel other people's emotions and manage how I react to them. It's up to the other person to manage their emotions and responses. You be you, I'll be me. Ps- I'm new to this site. The blogs and interactive conversations are such a high caliber! Thank you for giving me opportunity to think about how I feel on this topic!!!!
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January 3 Total posts: 67
- Thank you for your nice response. Note: High Emotional Intelligence (EI) helps you hold a conversation, which I know is important to you.,😉
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Nice to read!!!!
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January 1 Total posts: 67
- Excellent points and I deeply respect the work you are doing. -Kevin