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Emotional Intelligence (EI), different from Rational Intelligence (IQ), addresses important maturational issues such as self-awareness, self-control, empathy, social skills, including conflict resolution, and others. EI identifies the amygdala in the limbic system of the brain as the seat of two troublesome human emotions, anger and fear. The theory describes rageful outbursts, including violence, as "amygdala hijacking". It may seem like a humorous description but the problem of anger/rage/violence is serious, harmful and often destructive to communities seeking peace and golden rule co-existence. Prevention strategies are even more important than corrective strategies re: rage and violence.
Dr. Langen is a role model for peace, civility and love for his fellow man. He "walks the walk", not just talks the talk, as much as anyone I've ever known .This book explores so many useful concepts and strategies to help us understand the troublesome rage/violence in our culture, and to help us do some things constructively to achieve a greater peace, individually and collectively. This work is a gem for many who might have become cynical and pessimistic about these troublesome cultural issues. It is also recommended as a wonderful guide to strengthen those of us who remain hopeful for more widespread peace and civility.
Michael B. Boccia, Ph.D.