|Author:||Rolland S. Parker|
|Title:||Emotional Common Sense: Avoiding Self-Destructiveness and Enhancing Personal Development|
|Format:||mobi docx mbr lrf|
|ePUB size:||1508 kb|
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|Publisher:||HarperCollins; Revised edition (March 1, 1986)|
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Brilliant self-help book by an expert and professional. He has thought through every aspect of the issue of, subtle and blatant, that many individuals indulge in. The author makes the point that attempts at destroying others at any level is also self-defeating.
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Personal Name: Parker, Rolland S. Main Title: Emotional common sense: how to avoid by Rolland S. First Published/Created: New York, Harper & Row 1973 Published by Barnes & Noble 1975 Description: 219 p. Notes: Bibliography: p. 205-207. Subjects: Self-destructive behavior. Interpersonal relations. LC Classification: BF637. C5 P35 Dewey Class N. 158/.
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Emotional Common Sense Rolland S. Parker DEFINITION Emotional Common Sense is a technique for educating the public to improve the balance in their emotional life between constructive action and. they have life-styles that lead to suicide. Many people benefit directly. I conceptualize it as follows: Try to give the same good advice to yourself as you are capable of giving to your friends. and increased personal control or spontaneity as required. Self- destructiveness is defined as disregarding the predictable consequences of our actions. Personal psychotherapy and experiences in performing psychotherapy for others also clarified my understanding. Improving self-understanding.
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Indirect Emotional intelligence Mental health Psychological well-being. A population of 260 individuals (130 females and 130 males) aged 20–30 (mean age of 2. ) was studied by using the Polish version of the chronic scale (CS-DS) by Kelley et al.
Parker, Rolland S. Title. Emotional common sense: how to avoid Rolland S. New York, Harper & Row Self-destructive behavior.
Indirect has negative correlations with emotional intelligence as well as its components: the ability to recognize emotions and the ability to utilize emotions. The height of emotional intelligence differentiates the intensity of indirect, and vice versa: the intensity of indirect differentiates the height of emotional intelligence. Self-mutilation can still act as a control mechanism of these feelings, symptoms and pain, and come to confer sense of relief through domínio.