Monday, May 6, 2019

Core Emotions

Studies have shown that facial expressions registering at least joy, anger, fear, and sadness are inborn and may be seen on the face of a fetus during gestation based on what is happening to the mother. These have been termed “core emotions.”  The fetus knows more than most people would imagine. For example, it appears that the fetus “knows” if it is wanted—and if it is the gender the parents prefer. Remember, however, that EQ is not “emotions” but rather is a method of managing them successfully on a consistent basis. Human beings communicate with themselves, with others, and with nature through emotions. That’s one reason low EQ can be deadly negative to relationships while high EQ is worth 80 percent of your success in life: personally and professionally.

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