Best books on managing emotions
Living Beyond Your Feelings: Controlling Emotions So They Don't Control You by Joyce MeyerGoodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover.
The 10 Best Books on Emotional Intelligence
In my 20s--well before founding a company and writing about servant leadership --my library was mostly composed of books about sports, science fiction, and whatever young, self-centered men were reading in the '90s. Personal improvement and leadership development were not blips on my radar screen before hitting I was too busy chasing skirts and mastering the social scene. As you may have guessed, that led me down the boulevard of broken relationships including one divorce , critical errors in judgment, and a few horrendous career moves. Now, many of these books are lifelines that have kept me on top of my game as I navigate the entrepreneurial space and juggle a happy marriage and parenting. While not an exhaustive list, it covers what I would consider the best, most popular, and most influential books on emotional intelligence.
Kids come with a full spectrum of emotions, some of which are too big to keep inside. Every child handles feelings differently, but learning to deal with them is an important part of growing up. Here are some of my favorite books for helping kids manage their emotions. How do you cheer up a grump? With playful language and subtle rhymes, this delightful read-aloud is about a young girl determined to get her brother out of his funky mood. When nothing seems to work, she soon finds herself in a funk of her own.
Skip to: Navigation Content Sidebar Footer. While a high IQ can go a long way in helping you to be successful in the world, studies are increasingly demonstrating that your EQ, or emotional intelligence, is of equal or perhaps even more importance. Whether it's sustaining personal relationships, working on a group project in college , talking with your boss, or managing your own employees, emotional intelligence plays a key role in how successful these interactions are or are not, often in ways we're not even readily aware of. If you'd like to give your EQ a boost, there are plenty of great books out there on the subject that can help teach you the fundamentals of emotional intelligence and help you through activities that will make you and those around you more emotionally healthy in your interactions. We've listed 10 of these great books here to help you get started on your emotional education.