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3. ə l.i / B2 in a way that relates to the emotions: Many children have become Emotionally disturbed as a result of the abuse they have suffered.
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6. God who created humans gave humans the ability to feel emotion and interact Emotionally
7. When you go Emotionally numb, you lose the ability to feel and experience your emotions on a psychological and emotional level
Emotionally, Experience, Emotions, Emotional
8. Emotionally Unavailable, a hopeless romantic
9. Relationship experts explain what Emotionally cheating means in a relationship, signs to spot from your partner, and
Experts, Explain, Emotionally
10. At Emotionally Healthy Discipleship, we’ve created pathways for you to experience transformation personally, with your team, and ultimately, with your entire church or ministry
Emotionally, Experience, Entire
11. Synonyms for Emotionally include passionately, eagerly, enthusiastically, excitedly, fiercely, strongly, vehemently, warmly, wildly and animatedly
Emotionally, Eagerly, Enthusiastically, Excitedly
12. ‘Gill was Emotionally unstable’ ‘This setting isn't accidental; Perry is a young man in transit - Emotionally, artistically, sexually.’ ‘He runs away and never comes back, Emotionally damaged beyond repair.’ ‘Van Gogh was extremely dependent on his brother, both financially and Emotionally.’
13. Few concepts are as Emotionally charged as that of race
14. Furthermore, attributes such as self-awareness, the ability to effectively manage conflicts and to respond to the emotional needs of others may give Emotionally intelligent people a further edge over their less Emotionally intelligent peers.
Effectively, Emotional, Emotionally, Edge
15. Someone who is Emotionally unstable may often come off as impulsive or erratic
16. Emotionally unavailable men and women are all too common these days
17. Emotionally intelligent people know that emotions can be powerful, but also temporary
18. When a highly charged emotional event happens, such as becoming angry with a co-worker, the Emotionally intelligent response would be to take some time before responding.
Emotional, Event, Emotionally
19. If you’ve ever been in a relationship with someone who's Emotionally unavailable, you know the pain of not being able to get close to the one you love
20. An Emotionally intelligent person knows the unique properties of empathy
21. She is the author of The Emotionally Healthy Woman and The Emotionally Healthy Woman Workbook/DVD and coauthor of the bestselling Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Course and The Emotionally Healthy Skills 2.0 curriculum
22. Geri, along with her husband, Pete, is the cofounder of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, a groundbreaking ministry that
23. “Frequently, partners of Emotionally unavailable people are told they’re ‘too sensitive’ or ‘being dramatic,’” she adds
24. Emotionally unstable adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." (with frequently changing moods) emotivamente instabile loc agg locuzione aggettivale : Espressione di più parole che descrive o specifica un sostantivo: "C'è del tonno in scatola " - "Ho seguito il metodo fai da te "
Emotionally, Example, Emotivamente, Espressione
25. Emotionally Scarred Lyrics: A love letter came through the mail, it said, "I miss you" / I ripped it up and flushed with the tissue, try to forget you / I ain't got nothing against you, we human
26. He is the author of two best-selling books―The Emotionally Healthy Church and Emotionally Healthy Spirituality
27. He is also the author of The EHS Course and Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Day by Day.
28. Emotionally I was a wreck emocionalmente or desde el punto de vista emocional estaba destrozado; to remain Emotionally detached no involucrarse emocionalmente; to be Emotionally …
Emotionally, Emocionalmente, El, Emocional, Estaba
29. Emotionally mature adults are flexible in their thinking
30. Emotionally mature adults have relatively stable emotional lives
31. Emotionally strong people are sound in themselves, and know that you do not need to be "right" all the time to be smart, or worthwhile, or interesting, or worthy
32. Emotionally unavailable folks are fiercely independent: They may not feel like they need anyone
33. Since Emotionally available people feel all emotions without fear, they do not enjoy being in Emotionally turbulent partnerships
Emotionally, Emotions, Enjoy
34. And while it is normal for all relationships to experience some challenges, those with an Emotionally available person are often peaceful and mature.
35. Emotionally-charged adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." (emotive, strongly affecting) cargado de emotividad loc adj locución adjetiva: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como adjetivo ("de fácil manejo", "a contraluz", "de fiar").
Emotionally, Example, Emotive, Emotividad, Estable
36. How to please a woman Emotionally
37. Emotionally healthy people aren’t afraid to ask for help, or rather, they ask despite feeling afraid
38. To make yourself Emotionally numb to help you get through extremely trying times, avoid people, places, or things that may trigger you to feel worse
39. Being Emotionally independent and resilient is an integral part of being happy
40. Emotionally intelligent leaders maintain a positive team climate
41. Emotionally intelligent people pay attention to what they are feeling
42. Feeling Emotionally drained is a by-product of some type of misalignment in our everyday life
43. Finding out your partner's been Emotionally canoodling with someone else makes you think, "What can I believe about our life together? The big red flag is the secrecy
The adjective EMOTIONAL has 4 senses: 1. determined or actuated by emotion rather than reason. 2. of more than usual emotion. 3. of or pertaining to emotion. 4. (of persons) excessively affected by emotion. Familiarity information: EMOTIONAL used as an adjective is uncommon.
emotionally. adverb. /ɪˈməʊʃənəli/. /ɪˈməʊʃənəli/. jump to other results. in a way that is connected with people's feelings (= with the emotions) emotionally disturbed children. I try not to become emotionally involved. They have suffered physically and emotionally.
an affective state of consciousness in which joy, sorrow, fear, hate, or the like, is experienced, as distinguished from cognitive and volitional states of consciousness. any of the feelings of joy, sorrow, fear, hate, love, etc.
Definition of emotional. 1 : of or relating to emotion an emotional disorder. 2 : dominated by or prone to emotion an emotional person. 3 : appealing to or arousing emotion an emotional sermon.