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“Live ‘n learn,” she said, “You live long enough, Khatelane, an’ someday you might turn up smart.”

Emotions are at the root of that situation you may be facing - with at work at home or in your relationship!
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The last class had a lot of issues resolved.
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Emotions is also at the root of child abuse and domestic violence; sexual, verbal and financial abuse.
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There is still time to register. Take responsibility of your situation by seeking solutions!
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16 Signs of an Emotionally Mature and Emotionally Available Man by J.B. Snow

Many women go out into the dating world with misinformation. We listen to what our family's values are, we compare our fathers to other men, and then we find a man that fits the 'ideal' that we all have in our heads of the 'perfect' man. We have grown up with our fathers as the image of a perfect husband in our mind, even if our fathers were far from perfect husbands. We think these are the men that we should pursue. But the truth is that these values and morals that are instilled in us ultimately lead to relationships which are unhealthy, boring, or mismatched.
There are many things that are wrong with this picture. First, if your family values hard work, perseverance and perfectionism, you may look for a man who has all of the classical signs and symptoms of a personality disorder called OCPD, a disorder that can be classified as 'negative perfectionism'. Men with OCPD are workaholics, perfectionists, rigid and critical. They are difficult to live with and maintain a relationship with.
The media flashes scenes of 'knights in shining armor' in front of our eyes. We value strong men. We value the stoic personality. We base our romantic choices on looks and romantic gestures instead of basing them on emotional stability and availability as a partner. We go for the good looking, strong and handsome man. We look for a protector, even one who might be aggressive towards us later on. We look for men who are good providers, but who have only honed in their earning power and work skills. They haven't put any efforts into relationship building or learning how to be good husbands or fathers

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/26801098-16-signs-of-an-emotionally-mature-and-emotionally-available-man?ac=1&from_search=true

#countdowntovalentinesday #notbooedupyet #relationshipeducation #findingtherightperson #datingandrelationships #16signsofanemotionallymatureandemotionallyavailableman #jbsnow #turnupinabook #takeashotofknowledge #relationshipknowledge #emotionalknowledge #whenyoutrulyloveyourselfyoudontsettle #whenyoutrulyloveyourself #emotionalintelligence #selflovematters

16 Signs of an Emotionally Mature and Emotionally Available Man by J.B. Snow

Many women go out into the dating world with misinformation. We listen to what our family's values are, we compare our fathers to other men, and then we find a man that fits the 'ideal' that we all have in our heads of the 'perfect' man. We have grown up with our fathers as the image of a perfect husband in our mind, even if our fathers were far from perfect husbands. We think these are the men that we should pursue. But the truth is that these values and morals that are instilled in us ultimately lead to relationships which are unhealthy, boring, or mismatched.
There are many things that are wrong with this picture. First, if your family values hard work, perseverance and perfectionism, you may look for a man who has all of the classical signs and symptoms of a personality disorder called OCPD, a disorder that can be classified as 'negative perfectionism'. Men with OCPD are workaholics, perfectionists, rigid and critical. They are difficult to live with and maintain a relationship with.
The media flashes scenes of 'knights in shining armor' in front of our eyes. We value strong men. We value the stoic personality. We base our romantic choices on looks and romantic gestures instead of basing them on emotional stability and availability as a partner. We go for the good looking, strong and handsome man. We look for a protector, even one who might be aggressive towards us later on. We look for men who are good providers, but who have only honed in their earning power and work skills. They haven't put any efforts into relationship building or learning how to be good husbands or fathers

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/26801098-16-signs-of-an-emotionally-mature-and-emotionally-available-man?ac=1&from_search=true

#countdowntovalentinesday #notbooedupyet #relationshipeducation #findingtherightperson #datingandrelationships #16signsofanemotionallymatureandemotionallyavailableman #jbsnow #turnupinabook #takeashotofknowledge #relationshipknowledge #emotionalknowledge #whenyoutrulyloveyourselfyoudontsettle #whenyoutrulyloveyourself #emotionalintelligence #selflovematters

Simple..... #Intelligence has been defined in many different ways including as one's capacity for #logic, #understanding, #selfawareness, #learning, #emotionalknowledge, #planning, #creativity, and #problemsolving. It can be more generally described as the ability to #perceive information, and to retain it as knowledge to be applied towards #adaptive behaviors within an environment or context.

Intelligence is most widely studied in humans, but has also been observed in non-human animals and in plants. #Artificialintelligence is intelligence in machines. It is commonly implemented in computer systems using program software.

Within the discipline of #psychology, various approaches to human intelligence have been adopted. The #psychometric approach is especially familiar to the general public, as well as being the most researched and by far the most widely used in practical settings. Not to be confused with Genus. For other uses, see Genius (disambiguation).
A genius is a person who displays exceptional intellectual ability, creative productivity, universality in genres or originality, typically to a degree that is associated with the achievement of new advances in a domain of knowledge. Despite the presence of scholars in many subjects throughout history, many geniuses have shown high achievements in only a single kind of activity. There is no #scientifically #precise definition of genius,and the question of whether the notion itself has any real meaning has long been a subject of debate,although #psychologists are #converging on a definition that emphasizes creativity and eminent achievement. Usually #genius is associated with #talent, but many authors (for example Cesare Lombroso) systematically distinguish these terms.The assessment of intelligence was initiated by Francis #Galton (1822–1911) and James McKeen #Cattell. They had advocated the analysis of reaction time and sensory acuity as measures of "neurophysiological efficiency" and the analysis of sensory acuity as a measure of intelligence.[8]

#Galton is regarded as the founder of #psychometry. He studied the work of his older half-cousin Charles #Darwin about #biological #evolution.

"Intellectual knowledge tells us about the world. It gives us knowledge about things, not knowledge OF them. It does not reveal the world as it is. Only emotional knowledge can do that."-MacMurray, 1992 #hoops #shed #trees #barns #upstateny #emotionalknowledge

Today feels like the end of a vacation. The boys have therapy today. These therapists are new. This will be their second week now that the assessments are complete. My oldest kicked ass last week, but that means nothing for today. Little guy his therapist wasn't paying attention during assessments and immediately began on the wrong foot. She's fresh out of school. See, oddly for intense treatment such as my boys need licensed therapists won't touch them. It's too much work. So, we get kids fresh from school. People learning how to be therapeutic off my kids. Because a book, a lecture can't teach you how to meet the patient where they're at. It reminds me of my expectations as a pregnant woman, pregnant with my first born. All my ideas on what my birth would be like, the type of mother I'd be. How little I knew. My birth?! Yeah, right! Baby comes as baby sees fit. Anyway, little ones therapist isn't likely to make a difference in his life if she can't relax and talk to him on his level. I'll get off my soap box now, because I've got a lot to learn through this as well.

Most times when we fix our mind on something because of certain attraction and desires we tend not to pay attention to the things we see.
Sometimes we become powerless over our own lives because of how power draining emotional attachments can be.
Courage and braveness define extraordinary people, not because they are not human but because "they choose to take charge of their own lives and take responsibility for their actions and satisfaction".
#ANG #emotionalknowledge #emotions #emotionalinteligence #emotional #emotionalconnection #emotinalsmartness #extraordinary #extraordinarypeople #loveyourself #selfawareness #defined #stayincharge #hawtcellencyspeaks #hawtcellencydiary #hawtcellency

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