Developing Emotional Intelligence – 30 Ways for Older Teens and Young Adults to Develop Their Caring Capabilities discusses important ways older teens and young adults can demonstrate that they are developing into caring adults who will help to foster good relations and peace, not only in their local and national communities, but with people from other parts of the world. Regardless of racial/ethnic, religious, sexual, or political differences, or socioeconomic circumstances, there are basic human qualities that must be respected if we are to be considered part of the human species. Some of the important subjects dealt with include stress, emotions and stress management; bullying, crime and self-harm; parent/child and step-parenting relationships, and conflict management. This book also shows how developing caring capabilities comes about through embracing empathy and living out education of the heart, dispositions that can help quell a raging mind, and foster love and forgiveness.
Author: Shockness, Israelin
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