Rafael Bisquerra We understand emotional competencies as the set of knowledge, capabilities, skills, and attitudes necessary to understand, express and regulate emotional experience appropriately (Bi...
Dialogue with Esther López-Zafra
The book Emotional Intelligence in Organizations has just been published by the Editorial Síntesis, whose authors are Esther Lopez-Zafra and Manuel Pulido-Martos. We are fortunate to be able to discuss this subject, which is so interesting and current, with Dr. Esther Lopez-Zafra, Professor of Social Psychology at the University of Jaén.
The Circuit of Uncertainty
The Sad Emotion's Country
What are the emotions that have dominated Colombia’s history? How have these permeated into their democracy and their culture? What type of countrywide project can be built from them? These are the central questions that Mauricio García Villegas, a Colombian political scientist, poses in "The Country of Sad Emotions.”
Mental Health in times of COVID
Uncertainty. We hear this word and our hearts shrink, our pulse quickens, our brow furrows, and our muscles tense. We put ourselves on the alert. We don't know what will happen. We are lacking in certainty. That is what the word means), the prefix "un" denies the certainty, and envelopes it in a dense fog about what is about to happen.
Emotional Regulation through the body
The approach to the emotional dimension from the body and movement arises from the emotional education proposal of the Professor of Psychopedagogical Orientation at the University of Barcelona, Rafael Bisquerra (2000), who affirms that the learning that is retained and endures in time are those linked to an emotion and this occurs more easily when these learnings are experiential.
What is trust? What does it really mean? Trust what? Who? We can trust in many things: in life, each person in themself or in others, in projects... but there is only one type of trust and it is born in a single place, our own interior.
Hope has always been shrouded in an ambivalent mystery. This has been this way from its origins narrated in the "Myth of Pandora.” Pandora, that curious woman who opened the box that contained all the evils of humanity. When she realized what she did, she closed it quickly and the only thing left in the box, was hope, hope stayed with her. Was it an evil? Was hope the only good that allowed her to restore confidence in men and women? How do you feel about it?.