To start with, a man with a balanced level of EQ develops self awareness at a very early age. He is aware of his feelings and uses them to understand and perceive other people’s thoughts, feelings and perceptions. He knows the extent to which he should invest in a situation and when do withdraw, to protect his own interest.
We can’t stress how important it is to develop your EQ, not just for your relationships but to enhance some qualities within yourself too (especially emotional intelligence).
He will always be empathetic or try and develop empathetic skills towards anyone who needs an ounce of empathy. Not only will he understand the situation better but he will always try and put himself in other people shoes. A man who is in touch with his emotional self will never say words like ‘it, alright, things like these happen, get over it’ or ‘don’t be sad, there are worst things in life’.
Instead of focusing on the problem he will always look for solutions with some inspirational advice to follow. It’s because his EQ helps him understand that there isn’t any point going in to a black hole of negativity and finding nothing there.
A man with his emotions in place will usually feel out of energy most days. It’s because he is expending a lot of energy in dealing with his emotions and the emotion of others. The best way to balance this emotional cycle is to deflect all the negative emotions he may come across and absorb just the positive ones.