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4. The Emotional Response

4. The Emotional Response

Our appraisal of a situation then leads to the fourth step in the emotion-generation process, the emotional response.

After gaining insight into the neurological process by which our anxieties were generated, We learned We could take control and change the meaning We assigned to the act of providing feedback, rather than defaulting to the automatic assumption our brain made that our team would resent us.  

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Spending a large amount of time with someone literally causes you to pick up their habits. Choose your friends wisely.

Giving feedback and feeling anxious.

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