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What you say is important, but did you know that what you don’t say can be just as important? What is your face saying? Your facial expressions are a window to your every emotional state.
Emotional intelligence is a group of skills that allows us to recognize, understand, and influence the emotions of ourselves and others. This is critical for achieving our goals and effectively building and maintaining our relationships with others.
When most people hear the term “introvert,” they probably picture someone quiet who likes to spend their time alone outside of the social situation. But, the truth is that being an introvert does not mean that you don’t like spending time with others. In fact, introverts can have some of
PRESS RELEASE WOODBRIDGE, VIRGINIA, December 10th, 2021 –PR.COM – Social Skills Center is pleased to announce their online coaching program is now available to children and adults throughout the world including North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia. Located in Woodbridge, VA, Dr. Christopher Haley founded Social Skills
For all our focus on mental and physical well-being, we often overlook one of the most important things we can do to improve our lives: smile more. A smile, both from you and from others, is more than a superficial gesture. Research has shown that a smile can raise the
Every parent knows that social skills are an invaluable part of their child’s development, but many are unaware of how valuable they are to education as well. Social skills are how we interact with others and are crucial to individuals’ ability to reach their personal and academic goals. These are