Emotional intelligence , or the ability to be aware of other people’s feelings, is a vital part of any relationship. Some people display their lack of emotional intelligence without even opening their mouths: they might not remember your name, or they might not focus on you while you’re trying to talk to them.
- Emotional intelligence, or the ability to be aware of other people’s feelings, is a vital part of any relationship.
- Some people display their lack of emotional intelligence without even opening their mouths: they might not remember your name, or they might not focus on you while you’re trying to talk to them.
- These seven toxic behaviors are all practiced by people with low emotional intelligence — sometimes without them knowing it.
Why do some psychopaths get ahead in life? It may be because of a brain advantage that allows them to control their impulses.
Psychopaths are characterized by their tendency to be mean, disinhibited, and bold. They are disproportionately the perpetrators of violent crimes and subsequently make up a large proportion of the prison population. Indeed, about 93 percent of psychopaths are in jail, prison, on parole, or on probation.
Women. Stereotypically, they are obsessed with marrying. That’s supposed to be their life goal. Much more so than men, they are expected to feel crushed by the prospect of living single. That’s probably why, when scholars and writers in the popular press talk about single people, they focus overwhelmingly on single women.
A new study shows that once they start living alone in midlife, women, more so than men, continue to live alone. Here are 5 reasons why they, and older women, embrace solo living.
When self-partnership is solely for single people, everyone loses.
Earlier this month, the term “self-partnered” went viral. Actress Emma Watson noted that she’s “very happy” not being in a relationship; “I call it self-partnered.” After the interview came out, people had all sorts of reactions, from support to scorn.
When those in relationships aren’t self-partnered, it can have devastating effects. I frequently work with couples who have transferred the responsibility of their own wellbeing to their partners, which can cause blame and conflict. Of course, being in relationships can provide deep opportunities for growth and mutual healing. But if partners haven’t attempted to process and heal their own unresolved trauma, they will often become stuck in a loop of frustration and pain.
Mental toughness is the ability to manage your emotions and control your thoughts and behavior in ways that will set you up for success. It’s not something you’re born with— it’s something you can learn, and not only in tough times.
When I worked for the FBI, I learned that agents needed mental toughness to chip away at messy cases that can last for years. I learned that ignoring problems case wouldn’t make them go away. I had to learnhow to work through the problems until I found an answer.
When you think of your ideal relationship, unconditional might very well be the epitome of #goals. “I love you when…” “I love you if…” “I love you, but…” What do all of these statements have in common? They’re conditional — and as the very term suggests, you can’t achieve unconditional love with “ifs” and “buts.” But what’s the psychology behind unconditional love? Is it even possible? How does it grow? And are there ways to nurture it? Continue at Source: The Psychology Behind Unconditional Love, According To Science