Emotional Intelligence is a collection of 7 short, straight to the point books that are designed to help you with every aspect of emotional development, interpersonal relationships, becoming more charismatic and influential, improving your communication skills, and gaining confidence. It is a combination of the following seven books that will help you achieve success and happiness in life. Each book is packed with simple, very effective strategies delivered to you in a straight to the point approach so that you can start implementing in your life today. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Why Very Intelligent Men Fail With Women | The Modern Man
They know that you may be on a different page, but they are comfortable accepting and meeting you right where you are. Emotionally intelligent people know who they are, they have a grasp on their thoughts and feelings, and they are comfortable with sharing and opening all parts of themselves to you. This is powerful in a relationship because it shows you that you are truly invited into their souls. It also shows you that you are allowed, and entitled to your own self outside of the relationship. Their self-awareness and identity encourages you to be independent and embrace your feelings, just as they do.
Why Very Intelligent Men Fail With Women
Photo by iStock. Of course, if we let our hearts get the best of us through the dating process, we set ourselves up for failure too. So how do we find an appropriate balance between rationality and emotionality? By using emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is essentially the ability to notice, identify, and regulate emotions.
A note from the author: This is part of my column for Verily called Tools for an Intentional Marriage. My wife fell in love with me the night we met. We both worked for the same organization in different parts of the region, and we met at an all-staff conference. She was an outgoing, effervescent beacon of light who worked the room with charm and grace.