"5 ways emotional intelligence can help us through the coronavirus crisis"
Posted By Cynthia David/ Friday, March 20, 2020

"5 ways emotional intelligence can help us through the coronavirus crisis"

"With the coronavirus crisis accelerating, we are bombarded with new developments daily and even hourly. We don’t know what to expect and listen intently to any new development, focusing on what the experts tell us to do to keep safe. The unknown, and the volatility of the situation, keeps us on edge, wondering what’s coming tomorrow. This situation can make us feel afraid, overwhelmed, and helpless. While the threat is real, panic and having our emotions run amok will make the situation even worse.

Here are some things we can do to take control and manage our reactions in this difficult time:”

HARVEY DEUTSCHENDORF

Fast Company

March 19, 2020

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