ERI: Communication

Healthy communication is the one critical ingredient that defines a relationship. Communication is vital and essential because it is the link to every aspect of your connections with others. The […]

ERI: Emotional Self-Control

Emotional self-control is the ability to keep our potentially disruptive emotions in check and to replace unhealthy reactions with healthy responses. Having Emotional and Relational Intelligence (ERI) is more than […]

ERI: Accurate Self-Assessment

Accurate self-assessment is having an honest and unbiased perception of your own strengths and weaknesses.   This means being able to step back and evaluate who you are and what you’ve […]

ERI: Conflict Engagement

Conflict engagement is the practice of addressing disagreements rather than avoiding them. Many people, often for very good reasons, prefer to avoid conflict or disagreements rather than engaging with the […]

ERI: Conflict Management

Conflict management is the ability to keep disagreements from getting out of control. In life, we’re pretty much guaranteed to experience “conflict,” because people have different opinions on things and […]

ERI: Empathy

Empathy is the ability to sense and value other’s feelings and perspectives, and take an active interest in their concerns and in what’s important to them. Empathy is both the […]

ERI: Anger Management

Anger is one of the most powerful and controlling of all emotions.  It’s experienced much more frequently than people would like to admit. According to Dr. Henrie Weisinger, most people […]

ERI: Emotional Self-Awareness

Emotional self-awareness involves knowing what our emotions are and recognizing how our emotions affect our performance. Being aware of what we’re feeling is the first step in making sure we […]

ERI: Listening

Listening is the process of taking in information someone else is saying. This can be more difficult than we expect. When people, often parents, ask whether or not someone is […]