How to increase your emotional EQ when you are upset

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Sure, your IQ can help you get into college, but being academically brilliant doesn’t necessarily guarantee success in life. In fact, it’s your EQ, or emotional intelligence, that can help you build the skills you need to excel in your career and relationships. Fay Prairie, a personal life coach, counselor and speaker, shares how finding a good EQ balance can benefit you in your life.

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