Hatred and the Middle Path

by Bobbi McIntyre, licensed DEI Trainer & Consultant I saw a meme about love and hate going around Facebook, and I thought about the fact that people have never been taught how to work with emotions in an intentional and healthy way. We’ve learned it by watching others and reacting to the feelings triggered by the emotion. It’s easy to say “promote what you love instead … Read More

Maintaining Empathy in the Midst of Deep Conflict

by Sherry Olander, licensed DEI Trainer & Consultant There are a lot of emotions running through our country this week. Grief, Anger, Sadness, Confusion, Envy, Hate, Suicidal Urge, Shame, Fear… I’ve been reading posts and articles on Facebook – watching videos, and feeling so much empathy for all the victims, friends, family, and also those who are strangers to all involved, but still feel passionately about … Read More

Your free Emotional Vocabulary List!

How strong is your emotional vocabulary? Karla McLaren, M.Ed. The more I talk to people about emotions, the more I realize how small our emotional vocabulary tends to be. People can get by with just a few words for their emotions, such as fine, unhappy, bummed, or stressed. This tiny vocabulary is a problem, because descriptive words help us understand ourselves and the world around us. … Read More

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