Blog de Articulos con Novedades de Psicologia


It should be borne in mind that the development of EDI allows a person to know their own emotional world, revealing the first symptoms of stress, which gives the opportunity to "heal", and offers the most correct emotional response. If the EI is low because it has not been developed or because a person suffers from alexitime, in both cases special attention is paid to the fact that he does not know how to adequately respond to external circumstances, which can lead to psychological disorders, Related to inadequate management of emotions. Stress is at the heart of anxiety disorders, but with adequate development of the EDI it should not have big consequences, as a person can learn to cope with stressful situations to give an adequate answer. In addition, frustration due to an inadequate emotional world or emotions that overwhelm a person can lead to deep sadness and serious depressive disorder. With adequate emotional development, a person will seek help from relatives and even a specialist when he realizes that his sadness is too strong. The development of the EDI will prevent mood disorders, while the techniques of improving the EDI are also used as a therapeutic supplement to the treatment of these emotional disorders. Recent research in the field of EDI shows how it relates to mood disorders. It should be noted that the important characteristic of Western society, especially in the last decade, was the constant search for happiness. In this regard, hundreds of self-help guides were written, trying to teach people to discover personal happiness. Although each author defines it in his own way and offers his own path to achieve it, it seems that everyone agrees that happiness is a social need that needs to be satisfied. It is obvious that every person should become happy as if it were a social norm. Who wouldn't want to be happy? But it's not enough to have a job, a house or a car. And if a person has not attained happiness, can it lead to depression? Continue reading:

By Dr. Juan Moisés de la Serna

Doctor of Psychology, Master in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology, Clinical Hypnosis Specialist. Recognized by the International Biographical Center (Cambridge – UK) as one of the top one hundred health professionals in the world in 2010. He also teaches in various national and international universities
Scientific disseminator participating in congresses, conferences and seminars; collaborator in various papers, digital media and radio programs; author of the blog “Advanced Open Learning in Psychology and Neuroscience, and twenty books on diverse subjects.
Currently he conducts research in the field of Big Data applications in healthcare utilizing data from India, United States and Canada, among others, work which he complements with consultancy to technological startups geared towards psychology and personal wellbeing.