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emotional intelligence

  1. LucyPurrs

    Emotions Explained Course by Aspergers from the Inside- next course

    Go to: Emotions Explained - Autism Friendly EQ Courses to register for the free webinar and/or the course as the above links may not work. More information on the course can be found there also.
  2. LucyPurrs

    Next Course on Emotional Intelligence: Free Webinar this weekend

    Asperger's from the Inside is offering a free intro webinar this weekend for the EI course. Encourage folks to check it out as he is great and his courses are primarily aimed at aspies although anyone could benefit from them. Here's the link: https://emotionsexplained.com.au/courses.html
  3. LucyPurrs

    Information on Upcoming Emotional Intelligence Course By Aspergers from the Inside

    Here's the link:
  4. LucyPurrs

    New Autism Friendly Free Course on Emotional Intelligence from an Aspie

    Aspergers from the Inside is offering a free course which starts this Sunday. He also has many videos which are well done as he is very intelligent, perceptive and very articulate. He has Aspergers. Highly recommend this course. Here's a link to his Facebook page: Aspergers From The Inside His...
  5. onlything

    Emotional intelligence and maturity

    How do you perceive it? How 'emotionally intelligent' do you feel? How 'mature' in an emotional sense? That's something to consider. What is considered young? What is considered old? Not in a physical sense. Mental, emotional, other. We're called childish - why? We're called little adults -...
  6. ezcare

    Do Aspies have low emotional intelligence (EQ)?

    Decades of research now point to emotional intelligence as being the critical factor that sets star performers apart from the rest of the pack. The connection is so strong that 90% of top performers have high emotional intelligence.--Dr. Travis Bradberry Found this statement in an article by...
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