Online Training on Harnessing Emotional Volatility 17th July, 2020
Online Training on Harnessing Emotional Volatility 17th July, 2020 | 3 PM – 5 PM
High emotional reaction to low intensity event; refers to the inability to control or inhibit emotional reactions. It produces an unstable state wherein an individual feels threatened and negative easily and as a result find it difficult to think clearly and cope with even slightest of stressors in daily life; indicates reacting to situations in an impulsive, unpredictable, thoughtless and counterproductive way.
Topics to be covered
Distress tolerance- capacity to withstand negative emotions/stressful events.
Impulsiveness- actions that's are inappropriate to situation and result in undesirable consequences.
Mood instability- abrupt change in mood/ mood swings
Anxiety- a feeling of worry with uncertain outcome
Risk averse vs. Risk taking
Competency in Decision making
Social skills- introvert or extrovert
Rational vs Intuitive decision making
Planned vs Impulsive behaviour
Optimism vs Pessimism
Threshold of chaostic emotion - this refers to a critical parameter that describes the sensitivity of emotional response and how easily it gets disordered. Thus an emotionally volatile person would easily feel anxious, nervous and upset and would be unable to adapt or withstand the event which aroused the chaotic emotion.