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4 Ways to Be an Emotional Scientist

Emotional scientist vs. emotional judge

Emotional scientist vs. emotional judge

Building emotional intelligence is important both for yourself as well as for the relationships with the ones around. However, not everybody knows how to do this is in a positive way.

There are many individuals who confuse the terms emotional scientist and emotional judge, even though the two describe very different traits: while being an emotional scientist implies having empathy and natural curiosity, being an emotional judge means that you always evaluate the things from your own perspective and you firmly believe that you alone have all the answers.

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4 Ways to Be an Emotional Scientist

4 Ways to Be an Emotional Scientist

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Emotional scientist vs. emotional judge

Building emotional intelligence is important both for yourself as well as for the relationships with the ones around. However, not everybody knows how to do this is in a positive way.

There are many individuals who confuse the terms emotional scientist and emotional judge, even though the two describe very different traits: while being an emotional scientist implies having empathy and natural curiosity, being an emotional judge means that you always evaluate the things from your own perspective and you firmly believe that you alone have all the answers.

Be an emotional scientist

Being an emotional scientist has so many advantages, that it is a shame not trying to become one. In order to reach this goal, you should check out the following tips:

  • Learn to name your emotions
  • Start listening actively, with no judgment
  • Acknowledge the emotions of other people
  • Ask openly about what the others need.

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