How to Use Your Emotions to Build Relationships that Work

Knowing your attachment style and how it leads you to perceive (or not perceive) social threats, interact with others, and process emotions is half of the battle when it comes to establishing and maintaining healthy relationships. The other half of the battle involves using emotions effectively to solve interpersonal problems instead of allowing your emotions to use you and hijack your thought processes (i.e., having emotional intelligence).

Source: How to Use Your Emotions to Build Relationships that Work | Psychology Today

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