"Emotional stability" refers to a person's ability to remain calm or even keel when faced with pressure or stress. Someone who is emotionally unstable is more volatile, which means the person faces an increased risk of r... More »

According to Dr. Jeanette, emotional health is defined by an individual feeling emotional security and relaxation regularly. Abundant emotional health leads to an individual having more self esteem and being less likely ... More »

Emotional abuse is the use of non-physical means to humiliate, coerce and manipulate another human being such that the person being targeted is subjugated by their abuser and left feeling inferior. Emotional abuse is oft... More »

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The American Psychological Association defines stress as "any uncomfortable emotional experience accompanied by predictable biochemical, physiological and behavioral changes." While a part of everyday life, the varying d... More »

Interpersonal competence is the ability to choose a type of communication that is most effective in a given situation. Such competency empowers individuals to achieve the goals of any communication in a manner that is be... More »

"Emotional barriers" are emotional factors that impede a speaker's ability to deliver a clear message or a receiver's ability to hear a message effectively. Common emotions, such as anger, love, joy, frustration, disappo... More »

The definition of cognitive processes is the performance of a cognitive activity or a processing and movement that affects the mental contents of a person such as the process of thinking or the cognitive operation of rem... More »