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Emotional Intelligence: A Practical Guide to Making Friends with Your Emotions and Raising Your EQ (Positive Psychology Coaching Series Book 8) Kindle Edition
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What I liked most about this book is how various techniques have been neatly summarized by the author, and organized in a way that are easy to access for future reference when required.
Thanks Ian, I will be sure to check for your future titles.
The authors discussion of emotional intelligence (EQ) that was made popular by Daniel Goleman (pages 22-25).
Chapter 7-Is This Thought Real-The authors explanation of reframing thoughts for better outcomes (pages 60-65).
Chapter 15- How To Forgive (starts on page 123)- I’m still in the process of improving my ability to let go and forgive. However, I can truly say that I’m at least improving in this area compared to just a year ago. The author explains a way to see the positive intent behind whatever experience triggers the forgiveness test.
Chapter 17 Perceptual Positions are discussed and the multiple sides of the story facet (starts on page 132).
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