Tag Archives: Emotion

Social Intelligence and a New Science of Human Relationships

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Our recent posts on this blog have put a focus on relationships and on how we enable young people to develop a better awareness of self and others. Education for improved relationships depends entirely on our ability to develop what … Continue reading

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More Thoughts on Emotional Intelligence

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To be emotionally intelligent is to have an intelligent approach to managing our emotions. It’s the ability to use a range of skills that enable such management to be effective. It involves a determination to ensure that destructive emotions do … Continue reading

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Stirring the Emotions

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The origin of the word “emotions” is the French word “emouvoir” – meaning to stir up, to move, to excite, which in turn is derived from the Latin emovere. The word “emotion” in itself causes an emotional response in some, … Continue reading

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Emotional Literacy and Emotional Intelligence

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We often find ourselves talking about ‘emotional literacy‘ and ‘emotional intelligence‘, and attempting to define these two concepts in order to carry on a useful dialogue about them. To this end we’re summarising in this particular post what Susie Orbach … Continue reading

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