Emotional & Social Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence is based on neurology

We can see from looking at neuroscience there is a mass of new understanding of how our brain is designed and the understanding our emotional lives, this is rooted in a different part of the brain in cognitive part ( thinking part) cognition to thought.

The relationship to cognition and to thought.

Basically, the discovers are the emotional centers of the brain affect us in every thought every decision

and has different principles of learning and has the ability to kidnap or hijack the rest of the brain if it feels like some kind of emergency or threat. This process effects us in our mental lives.

When they have been orchestrated with our upper lobes of the brain the "thinking brain" an effective person has both of these circuits working in elegant orchestration.

Emotional intelligence is not like one thing it's more like a profile.

Are you self-aware, are you empathic?

You can be self-aware and empathic but your not good at managing your feelings so we have a profile of our strong points and our weak points and so on. Emotional intelligence is a learned skill.

It's as important as IQ

How aware we are

How motivated we are

How empathetic we are

How we can intune into other people

Whether we can handle stressing feelings effectively

How socially skilled and able we are Emotional and Social Intelligence refers to how well we handle ourselves and our relationships. People who have emotional intelligence experience

success in all life areas, They have meaningful relationships and are satisfied and successful in their careers and live life in work and play as a joyful being.

Emotional & Social Intelligence is a set of abilities and skills (verbal and nonverbal) that enable a person to generate, understand, recognize, express and evaluate their own and others emotions in order to guide thinking and action and successfully cope with environmental demands and pressures.

Emotional Intelligence is a personal characteristic and is increasingly referred to as having a potential role in medicine, nursing, and other healthcare professions.

It is suggested that EI is important for effective healthcare practice, particularly with respect to delivering patient-centered care.

Emotional and Social Intelligence in Children

Much of our identity is shaped in childhood by key events and the emotions and perspectives we associate with them.

A recent study by the London School of Economics Center for Economic Performance found that a child's emotional health is far more important in determining future happiness or wealth. The recipe for healthy bonding and emotional development is for all parties to recognize and to understand the internal state from which their emotions arise. We all struggle with negative emotions from time to time, and the way we address and deal with them influences our emotional health. The goal is to develop a trustworthy emotional connection with ourselves and the other person that is important to us, which enhances intimacy and the effectiveness of the relationship in accomplishing good. Becoming aware of how to "Climb the emotional Hill" as well as evaluating how these uproars where created and developed will allow the person to experience their emotions fully before moving toward without the impulse reactions and to become proactive rather than reactive.

This program teaches children to handle stressing feelings effectively and

how to be more socially skilled.

This part of the program is taken from the text "Living Life As A Joyful Being: be ready for whatever life brings!"

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This is when we can assert new ways of looking at a situation that may improve the way another person feeling, This is when advice may be offered. When done successfully, this process can transform a conflict encountered in a relationship into solid gold. This program is taken from the text of " Living Life As A Joyful Being: be ready for whatever life brings!"

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Social and Emotional learning can improve positive attitudes towards self and others and increase students academic performance by 11 percentile points (Durak et al 2011"

Joy Jangdhari

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Emotional "Illiteracy" implies an expanded responsibilities for schools in helping socialize children. This task requires teachers to be educated to teach the students.




Emotional learning begins at an early age emotional messages are given by parents, teachers and the community. Everyone benefits from this program of " Living Life As A Joyful Being: be ready for whatever life brings!


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