In this final blog in a three part series on The Anatomy of Emotions, I’d like to teach you how to meet, greet and move through your emotions so that you can rely on feelings as useful data in your daily interactions and decision-making processes. I’ll take you through the 6 primary emotions–their descriptions and their functions. And, I’ll ...READ MORE »
This blog is the 2nd in a series about the anatomy of emotions. Last week, I wrote about key factors in our primary and secondary emotions, and I offered some tips for how to work with emotions in your daily life. This week, I’d like to detail some of the essential functions of emotions.
In my work with couples, adult, ...READ MORE »
This month, I’m writing a 3 part series on the anatomy of emotions for 3 main reasons–
1) Emotions are easily misunderstood and get a bad rap as being mysterious and complex;
2) When understood, emotions are good sources of data for making decisions, and 3) Emotions direct almost every single human interaction and decision.
Recently, I attended a business conference ...READ MORE »