Your vocabulary matters. Research is continually showing us that a good emotional vocabulary doesn’t simply help you identify more emotions – it also helps you work with them more easily and more skillfully. This portable Emotional Vocabulary List will help you develop emotional awareness and skill!
Emotions hold a tremendous amount of energy, and we’ve all seen what happens when we repress or carelessly express them. In The Language of Emotions, empathy pioneer Karla McLaren shows you how to work with every emotion you have, and receive their life-saving wisdom in healthy ways.
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