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  1. When you have more than one emotion, you should express more than one emotion. Explain a time or

situation in which you experienced two strong emotions, but, looking back, you only expressed one of those emotions. (For example, when a teenage daughter doesn't come home until after midnight, the emotions of her parents are likely to be anger, but relief as well).

2. how fallacies often produce faulty emotions. Consider the fallacies, explain one of them, and then explain a time when this way of thinking contributed to having a strong emotion.

3. IQ (Intelligence Quotient) and EQ (Emotional Quotient) Briefly explain each of these concepts. Then provide an example of someone you know who has a high IQ but low EQ. Then provide an example of an individual you know that has a low IQ but a high EQ.

4. Facilitative and Debilitate emotions. Provide examples in your life when you experienced each of emotions.

5. "You" and "I" statements in communication. Provide three examples of "You" statements. Then, rewrite those statements so that they become "I" statements.


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