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|The Emotional Competency website helps people explore the logic of passion.
The site is dedicated to developing the essential social skills to recognize,
interpret, and respond constructively to emotions in yourself and others. It
features an in-depth description and discussion of twenty-four distinct emotions.
It provides a path toward peace of mind.
Emotional competency is
an important skill that can provide several benefits throughout many aspects
of your life. It can increase your satisfaction with relationships while it
increases your gratification and
contentment with the many interpersonal events in your life. It can give you
greater insight and help you better understand the motives and actions of yourself and
others. You can begin to free yourself from anger,
vengeance, and other destructive emotions that cause hurt and
pain. You can feel relief and enjoy greater
peace-of-mind, autonomy, intimacy,
dignity, and wisdom as you engage more
deeply with others. Increasing your tolerance and compassion can lead
to an authentic optimism and a well-founded confidence, based on your
better understanding and interpretation of what-is.
The website is accessible, comprehensive, and carefully researched. Clearly
written in plain English, it covers each topic fully and identifies the
extensive and authoritative references relied on to ensure accuracy and
encourage further study.
The site includes a study guide that provides a well-organized path through the material to aid
self-study. See: http://www.emotionalcompetency.com/searchsite.htm
The site also features:
+ A guide to recognizing emotions:
+ A guide to the core human concepts that trigger our emotions:
+ A practical introduction to the theory of knowledge:
+ A description of the survival value of each emotion:
We would appreciate a link from your site to ours.
For more information, contact Leland Beaumont at:
Fear, Sadness, Anger, Joy, Surprise, Disgust, Contempt,
Anger, Envy, Jealousy, Fright, Anxiety, Guilt, Shame, Relief, Hope, Sadness, Depression, Happiness,
Pride, Love, Gratitude, Compassion, Aesthetic Experience,
Joy, Distress, Happy-for, Sorry-for, Resentment, Gloating, Pride, Shame, Admiration, Reproach,
Love, Hate, Hope, Fear, Satisfaction, Relief, Fears-confirmed, Disappointment, Gratification,
Gratitude, Anger, Remorse, power, dominance, stature, relationships