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    Karen Young:

    An Introduction to Self-Regulation

    Emotional Intelligence is the ability to use strategies and skills to successfully deal one’s own and others’ range of behaviours, feelings and changes in state of mind and body. The 5 components of Emotional Intelligence include: 1. Self Awareness Ability to recognie and understand ones moods, motivations, and abilities and how it affects others. 2. Self Regulation Ability to control impulses, express yourself appropriately, take responsibility of actions, adapt to changes, and respond appropriately to others’ irrational behaviour. 3. Motivation Have interest to keep learning and improvement, and get pass failure and keep going. Also to have commitment to work hard to complete task or get pass difficulty even when faced with adversity. 4. Empathy Ability to understand other peoples’ emotions and reactions. “One must understand themselves before they can understand others.” With empathy, one is able to view situations through different perspectives. 5. Social Skills Ability to build connection with others and resolve conflicts negotiation. Empathy plays a key role in communication.