Quotes from “Emotional Intelligence” by John Allen

Ever heard of the old saying "don't go to bed angry?" This saying means to take care of the issues that anger you before you suppress them and allow them to take hold of your body. Find that outlet before you rest, release them, let them go, then rest well. It is good advice and advice we all should take to heart (because it is good for our hearts!)
trust, guilt, depression, caring, sadness and so on.
Negative emotions break down our immune system and this allows illnesses to take hold of us.
Most of our emotions stem out of either fear or love. There are varying degrees of these emotions from which grows hatred, excitement, like, compassion, happiness, anxiety
it is so important to gain control of our self-awareness through the understanding of our emotions. If we squish our emotions away, suppress them, they will come out in other physical issues. Emotions need to be allowed to cycle through, for us to "feel" them, then to release them. We must learn how to take charge of the negative emotions and turn them around to the positive through the understanding of what they are and what the emotions really mean.
It is a journey to also having better relationships because this requires we open up and communicate honestly with each other.
is better to learn how to control the situation at the foundation first and helps to make it easier to keep it away later.
The best thing here is to learn how to reason through the anger emotions to avoid wrong reactions and responses.
may feel good at the moment of reacting in anger, but in the end, it is not good.
Children, if caught misbehaving, will be taught how to correct their bad behavior.
Perceiving the actual emotions in the beginning helps to avoid the pitfalls caused from suppressing them.
Suppressed emotions will come out in other substitute forms physically.
No one is judging you except for you. Pull off the mask and discover the real you.
A bit of advice here, whenever you are faced with a negative emotion like anger or rage, do not try to analyze it during the emotion.
Voice your side, listen to theirs, repeat it back, and if resolution does not come, walk away.
they are apt to hold in anger, it may show up as extreme fatigue, even if the person is well rested.
Perception, Reason, Understand, and Manage.
Take a look at what you were doing that triggered certain emotions, and what those emotions triggered you to do. How did you react? This is like making a map in figuring out how we operate the self-awareness
If we believe that the way to handle adverse situations is through anger, then our perception, reasoning, and understanding will surround anger issues.
Ever heard of the old saying "don't go to bed angry?" This saying means to take care of the issues that anger you before you suppress them and allow them to take hold of your body. Find that outlet before you rest, release them, let them go, then rest well. It is good advice and advice we all should take to heart (because it is good for our hearts!)
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