Jessica Greiner

  • rosandicteahas quoted5 months ago
    Communication is not about words as some people may believe. It’s about peeling away the many different layers of a personality. These layers are usually displayed to us in their behavior, mannerisms, physical gestures, and even their tone of voice.
  • b8219520738has quotedlast year
    Only one corner of the mouth is pulled up and back on one side.

    • The eyes remain neutral.

    • This is the only expression that forms on only one side of the face.

    • It can vary in intensity. The depth of the emotion can vary. At its strongest, one eyebrow may lower.

    • The lower eyelid can rise on the same side.
  • rosandicteahas quoted5 months ago
    Communication is not about words as some people may believe. It’s about peeling away the many different layers of a personality. These layers are usually displayed to us in their behavior, mannerisms, physical gestures, and even their tone of voice.
  • b8219520738has quotedlast year
    Only one corner of the mouth is pulled up and back on one side.

    • The eyes remain neutral.

    • This is the only expression that forms on only one side of the face.

    • It can vary in intensity. The depth of the emotion can vary. At its strongest, one eyebrow may lower.

    • The lower eyelid can rise on the same side.
  • Yulia Yurchakhas quotedlast year
    EQ is broken down into four different aspects, managing emotions, understanding emotions, using emotions and perceiving emotions
  • Yulia Yurchakhas quotedlast year
    In the 1970s, a researcher by the name of Paul Eckman outlined six basic human emotions that have been hardwired into the human brain over countless generations. As such, these emotions are known to elicit the strongest and most instinctual responses out of all possible emotions. These include surprise, sadness, happiness, fear, disgust, and anger. These six emotions can be considered the buildings blocks upon which all other emotions are created
  • Yulia Yurchakhas quotedlast year
    Components of emotions: According to Mayer, an emotion occurs when there are certain biological, certain experiential, and certain cognitive states which all occur simultaneously. What this means is that the basic emotions all have three primary aspects including:

    1. Subjective/cognitive experience; (The specific emotion we feel.)
  • Yulia Yurchakhas quotedlast year
    2. Physiological response; (How the emotion manifests itself within us.)

    3. Behavioral response; (The outward expression of the emotion.)
  • Trisha Jane Esperidahas quoted3 months ago
    you are not alone.
  • rosandicteahas quoted5 months ago
    This is how we build relationships with one another. The more personal the facts we share with each other, the closer the bond becomes.
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