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Group Meeting in Towson.

This week, Coordinator Kathy Sirota, LCSW-C, will lead a group discussion on Emotional Intelligence . Then there will be small-group break-out sessions.

Newcomers please join us at 7:00 PM

The Regular Meeting begins at 7:30 PM

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Wisdom and support....thank u!!!

    May 24, 2013

  • Rachel T.

    Another fine eve/night with friends and fellow seekers of singlehood satisfaction and super stardom :)

    May 22, 2013

  • Ken C.

    I've heard of Emotionally sound and Emotionally well balanced, but Emotional Intelligence, not so much. Isn’t intelligence typically measured by thinking, rather than feeling? Can we choose emotions? Don't we normally feel our emotions choose us? On the internet I found a story of a Native American telling the story of two wolves fighting inside every person, one good, one evil. The story is told to the young and they ask, "Which wolf will win?" The sage answers, the one you feed. It implies we can choose to feed good or feed evil and the one we choose to feed, support or focus on -- will win. The 'good wolf' in the book Emotional Intelligence (by Daniel Goldman) wins when we feel satisfied and competent. Not that we feel those things exclusively, rather that we feel them more than dissatisfied and incompetent. The typical divorce process isn't very conducive to feeling satisfied and competent. Hopefully we will find support for going the positive direction, when we meet this week.

    May 17, 2013

  • Rachel T.

    Ask attendees

    May 10, 2013

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