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Emotional Intelligence- The Two Main Factors That Are Influenced By It!

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

EQ helps you deal with your emotions and helps you form stronger bonds!

EQ helps you deal with your emotions
and helps you form stronger bonds!

To be successful in life your Intelligence quotient or IQ isn’t enough rather it is your emotional intelligence quotient or EQ that really matters. True that your IQ might help you to graduate, but it is your EQ that actually helps you deal with your emotions such as anxiety and stress that you face during your examination period at college. Moreover, EQ is also the type of intellect that equips you with the knowledge about social conduct and makes you socially aware.

Below are two factors that are influenced by emotional intelligence:

One’s physiological health: Emotional Intelligence teaches you how to deal with stress. So individuals who haven’t developed their EQ, have trouble managing stress and this can lead to some severe health conditions. High stress levels have the tendency to deteriorate your whole body. It can increase your blood pressure, damage the immune system, raise your risk of getting a heart attack, can lead to infertility, can accelerate the aging process and can even lead to a stroke. So in order to control your stress levels, you need to work on developing your EQ.

One’s relationships:  EQ equips you with the appropriate knowledge that allows you to articulate yourself adeptly and at the same time makes you empathic as well. This allows you to form stronger and deeper bonds with others.

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Tips On How To Help A Child Who Is A Cyber-bully

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Mentioned below are a few tips for parents on how to deal with a child who engages in cyber-bullying:

Teach your child about the impact of cyber-bullying: Seek advice from a professional such as a business keynote speaker in that area as children mostly can’t really grasp the extent of the damage that bullying causes. It is your responsibility to educate them about the affects cyber-bullying can have on others. Try cultivating empathy in your child by giving them a glimpse of what the victims of bullying actually go through. Moreover, warn them about the legal ramifications of cyber-bullying so that they may refrain from doing it again.

You need to educate your children about the impact cyber-bullying has on the victims!

You need to educate your children about
the impact cyber-bullying has on the victims!

Help your child find proper ways to deal with stress: Cyber-bullying can be a channel of release for some kids. Talk to a business keynote speaker as he/she can assist you with tools that can help to dispel their anxiety, stress, fears and frustrations. In order for them to stop resorting to bullying for release, you need to teach your children to cope with their emotions through decent and healthy ways. For instance, get them in the habit of regularly engaging in physical activity or help them be more social etc.

Decrease their access to technology: Establish some fixed timing in which your child is allowed to use the phone or use the computer. Plus make it known that their activities on both will be monitored and that if you end up finding out anything suspicious, they will be punished accordingly!

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Is Your Child A Cyberbully?

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If you have recently discovered that your child was involved in a cyberbullying incident where he or she had been verbally harassing other online users, it is imperative that you take action against their reprehensible behavior right away. If you don’t try putting a stop to their bullying ways now, such a conduct can get your child into some serious trouble with the authorities, which in the end will affect their lives badly.

If your child is a cyberbully, you need to condemn their behavior!

If your child is a cyberbully,
you need to condemn their behavior!

There could be many reasons as to why your child began to engage in cyberbullying. It could be that initially they too had been victims of cyberbullying and in order to cope with the attacks that were made on them, they chose to retort to the acts by taking up bullying themselves. In such cases, you can teach your kids appropriate ways to deal with their attack rather than taking up cyberbullying. You may also consider taking lessons from a key note speaker on that subject.

Another reason why children engage in cyberbullying is when they have trouble understanding and controlling their emotions and thus seek out to cyberbullying as a source of release. For such children, it’s best that they talk to a professional therapist or key note speaker who can educate them on how to deal with their emotions in a healthy fashion.

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Tips On How To Help A Depressed Friend!

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

To help a depressed friend you need to be supportive and be there to listen!

To help a depressed friend you need
to be supportive and be there to listen!

Some individuals prefer opening up to their friends instead of their family or a professional. If you are friends with such a person, while the responsibility might overwhelm you, nevertheless there are things you can do to help your pal out:

Initiate the conversation. If you sense that your friend is depressed, it’s best that you strike the conversation first. Inquire about whether he or she is feeling alright and if they refuse to admit to it, simply state that you know something is wrong and that you are here to help and listen if they are willing.

You don’t need to have all the answers. Your friend will be aware of the fact that you might not have all the answers but regardless, at times just talking about what’s bothering helps a lot. Depressed individuals mostly just need someone to console them and support them through the rough patch. So be there to listen to his or her troubles and just say some kind words to lighten up their spirits.

Your friend might say or do things that might hurt you.  At times a depressed individual tends to vent out their emotions such as anger and frustration on a close one. So be ready to take a dose of the release and do not take it personally. Just listen to them and eventually they will calm down.

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Help Your Teen With Their Anger

“Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.”

If you are looking for ways to help your teenager with his or her anger problem then have a look at the following recommendations:

Unearth the reason behind the temper. When teenagers are frustrated, depressed, stressed or going through any emotional terrain which they don’t quite know how to deal with, then as a solution they often simply resort to anger.  The best way to help your teens through this phase is to discover the actual reason that is causing the anger and then help them deal with it appropriately. You can also seek the help of leadership speakers of person who are trained in that field.

Find out the actual reason that triggered your teen’s anger!

Find out the actual reason that triggered
your teen’s anger!

Note your teen’s symptoms and triggers for anger. Perhaps your teen feels nauseated or starts getting headaches before the anger fit. Your teen’s symptoms act as a warning to what’s about to happen, hence you should be well aware about these warnings. Leadership speakers will also tell you that this will give you an opportunity to domesticate his outburst before it actually happens.  Or maybe there are certain triggers that cause your teen to burst into flames within microseconds. Observe and identify the causes of his or her anger problem and then try keeping your teen at a distance from these triggers.. When teens can identify the warning signs that their temper is starting to boil, it allows them to take steps to defuse the anger before it gets out of control.

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