⌄ Scroll down to continue ⌄

Here’s How Emotionally Intelligent People Handle Conversations

⌄ Scroll down to continue ⌄
Here’s How Emotionally Intelligent People Handle Conversations

Do you ever feel flustered or frustrated when people keep asking the same questions over and over? Or, are you that person who constantly tries to justify your point of view when someone argues with you? At the same time, have you met someone who could remain calm and collected while dealing with a conflict or chaos? Do you ever wonder how they could maintain composure without becoming agitated or irritated? Here are four ways that emotionally intelligent people handle conversations in social situations.

⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄

⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄

Everyone receives negative feedback sometimes, even those with high emotional intelligence. Where they differ is that emotionally intelligent people do not feel attacked emotionally, and they do not respond with a defensive “No, I’m not” immediately. Rather, they process their emotions fully and understand the point of view of the other side.

⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄

⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄

Everyone makes mistakes, but is everyone willing to admit what they did wrong? Emotionally intelligent people are not afraid to admit their own limitations and weaknesses, so they do not have a hard time apologizing. They are transparent with their weak points and have a real motivation to better themselves with the help of others.

⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄
⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄

Everyone encounters stubborn and annoying people, but how do emotionally intelligent people stay patient while everyone else is about to flip the table over? They are good at understanding and managing their emotions without having an emotional outburst. At the same time, they understand the emotional drives of other people, which leads to the last point – emotionally intelligent people are good at managing other people’s emotions and validating them.

⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄
⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄

Having someone who is empathetic towards you certainly makes you feel important and valued. Even when a disagreement arises, emotionally intelligent people make others more willing to compromise because they feel appreciated and accepted by those with high EQ.

⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄
⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄

Emotionally intelligent people are just like us, and they face the same challenges and situations, but what makes them different is their approach. So, why not try to start small by taking a deep breath before handling conversations and conflicts?

Featured photo credit: Markus Spiske via imcreator.com

More by this author

Frank Yung

Writer. Storyteller. Foodie.

Your Future Self Will Thank You For Starting To Do This For Only 10 Minutes Every Day
Your Future Self Will Thank You For Starting To Do This For Only 10 Minutes Every Day
10 Best Standing Desks That Are High in Quality and Cheap in Price
10 Best Standing Desks That Are High in Quality and Cheap in Price
Finally, a Way to Avoid Jet Lag: The Jet Lag Calculator
Finally, a Way to Avoid Jet Lag: The Jet Lag Calculator
The Best Places Around the World to Retire in 2017
The Best Places Around the World to Retire in 2017
Take 5 Minutes To Read And Improve Your Writing Skills Forever
Take 5 Minutes To Read And Improve Your Writing Skills Forever

Trending in Communication

1 44 Self Love Quotes That Will Make You Mentally Stronger 2 30 Simple Ways to Free Your Mind Immediately 3 What Is Self-Worth and How to Recognize Yours 4 8 Things to Remember When You’re Feeling Overwhelmed 5 40 Inspirational Quotes About Getting Through Tough Times

Read Next

Advertising
Advertising

Explore the Full Life Framework

Advertising
Advertising