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Discover How to Gain Control of Your Emotions

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Join our hosts, Jessica Reyes, Patricia Wu, and guest Dr. Dan Bober for a transformative session inspired by Psychology Today’s article, ‘The Truth about Emotional Intelligence.’ Dive into an engaging roadmap designed to enhance your emotional intelligence. This dialogue offers practical, easy-to-implement strategies for those on a quest for simplicity and effectiveness in their emotional self-regulation journey.

Take a Mental Pause

Dr. Dan Bober emphasizes the importance of taking a moment to breathe before responding in heated situations. This pause allows for a shift from an impulsive reaction to a more thoughtful response, leveraging the iPhone’s feature to edit or unsend messages as a real-world application of this principle.

Engage in Self-Talk

Recognizing and managing your internal monologue can significantly impact your emotional wellbeing. Dr. Dan Bober suggests becoming more mindful of this internal dialogue as a way to challenge negative thoughts and foster a positive emotional landscape.

Seek Feedback with Openness

Encouraging viewers to gracefully accept feedback from friends and colleagues, Dr. Dan Bober highlights the value of external perspectives in recognizing when we’re overwhelmed. This step involves cultivating an openness to insights from those around us, which can illuminate aspects of our emotional health we might not see ourselves.

Dr. Dan Bober’s advice not only illuminates the path to better emotional management but also encourages a culture of reflection, patience, and openness, vital for personal growth and improved interpersonal relationships. Tune in and regain control!

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