Emotional Intelligence
Updated: 2/11/2021
Emotional Intelligence

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  • Okay, see you on Monday after school.
  • Okay is there anything I can do to help?
  • Well is there anything you can do to fix it?
  • Are you okay? You look stressed.
  • You could go over the problems with me..
  • I just failed my math test. Now, there is no way I can get my A back.
  • Well... now that I think about it... My teacher offered some extra credit, maybe that will help.
  • Congrats on getting the job!
  • Why's he upset? Can I help him?
  • Congrats Guys!
  • Maybe I just wasn't made for this job, but before I get angry at myself and lose control, I should calm down and congratulate those who did get the job. Then maybe I'll feel better about myself and try again another time.
  • Why didn't I get the job?! I'm qualified!
  • It's okay, just slow down and rationalize.
  • Someone has to take the blame, and if you won't help me, I'll do it myself!
  • (Breathes) Okay, how will we do that.
  • Why did it have to be him, why not someone else!? Why weren't the safety regulations enforced at the factory?!
  • We need to sue the factory for what they've done!
  • Stop! Calm down and listen to yourself. Suing the factory won't do anything but waste time. We should focus on how we're going to recover without him.
  • Why? It wasn't there fault, it was that man's fault for starting the fire, not the factory.
  • For starters, I can come over 3 times a week to take care of the house while you search for a job.
  • Yeah, Having someone there for you when you fall can be extremely helpful.
  • Thank you so much. I appreciate having you around, you always know how to make me smile.
  • Your welcome. It's always good to have someone to back you up, and this doesn't compare to the things you do for me.
  • It's beautiful right? I knew you would want to see this.