Zooming Out: Endings, Reflections, and Meaning-Making

In the process of coming to know and understand one’s emotions, and indeed one’s self, an important aspect of the process is self-reflection. Some therapy communities refer to this as ‘meaning-making,’ others as ‘meta-processing,’ or ‘consolidating’. (Check this final link out for intel on why cramming is physiologically inferior to studying spaced out over time,Continue reading “Zooming Out: Endings, Reflections, and Meaning-Making”

SA Has the Feels 201 (Part 1): A Primer on Managing Your Emotions and Feelings

Once you can read your own and others’ feelings, it’s time to focus on how to manage your own emotions and feelings more effectively—arguably an intermediate skill in developing one’s capacity for emotional intelligence. In an earlier article, we identified an emotion as “an automatic process in our brain whereby an incoming message from ourContinue reading “SA Has the Feels 201 (Part 1): A Primer on Managing Your Emotions and Feelings”

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