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1. How did you learn to express your emotions? What factors influenced you the most? Be sure to use concepts and ideas from your course resources when answering this. 2. Describe someone in your life that you feel has a high degree of emotional intelligence. Why do you believe this person has emotional intelligence? Be sure to give us examples of this person displaying emotional intelligence. Be sure to use concepts and ideas from your course resources when answering this. I think that the biggest influence on how I learned to express my emotions is my family; primarily my mother. Growing up as a child of divorce, I spent most of my formidable years as an only child of a single mom. This made for a very strong mother-daughter bond and nurtured very open communication between us. When I was little, my mom used to say that my emotions “ran high” and that I felt things bigger than most people feel things. Through both verbal
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  • Winter '18
  • Melissa Landin
  • Flat World Knowledge, Communication Studies.

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