Emotional Expression is a basic Emotional Intelligence competency which describes the ability to communicate your feelings and opinions in a constructive manner. This skill is critical to your success and well-being on a number of different levels, such as the extent to which you are able to express your needs and build effective and mutually satisfying relationships. It is important to note that developing this skill supports growth across a number of the communication and personal mastery modules offered at My Pocket Coach.

Definition of Emotional Expression:
Emotional expression is the ability to use words and physical expressions to convey your emotions in an effective and constructive way. The ability to share emotions facilitates achieving your goals and enables you to build stronger relationships.
Emotional expression is the ability to:
Express many different emotions through words and/or physical expressions
Express both positive (e.g. joy) and negative (e.g. disappointment) emotions in an appropriate manner

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