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Honoring Emotion



The practice of honoring your emotions involves examining where your emotions are coming from and figuring out the best way to work through them, as opposed to merely suppressing them. It often includes paying attention to where your emotions are physically situated in your body and finding ways to release them if they are stuck. The idea is that no emotions are bad (even the unpleasant ones) as they all have something valuable to tell us, and if we listen to them, we can use that information to better understand ourselves and learn important lessons from it.

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Developing Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence refers to the ability to recognize, interpret and process emotions in yourself and others. While genetics, upbringing and environment all play a role, there are steps you can take to develop your emotional intelligence over time. Get to know yourself.

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A mature, wise, and provocative work . . . .

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Karla McLaren: Embracing Our Emotions

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