In the first row.😄
When I just moved to Paris, I was imagining my weekends being like early morning jogging around the city, yoga and stretching in the park, buying baguettes and croissants for the breakfast and chilling on the terrace with a view.
So far the last activity is succeeding the most🤦🏻♀️😂 #iri_paris#lifeisbeautiful#ищуволшебныйпинок
Uno scatto vecchio ormai di 3 anni, ma l’emozione che ebbi nel vederlo e di stare vicino a lui fu immensa. Mi ricordo ancora quando gli dissi “Fabri sei un grande” lui con un sorriso mi abbracciò e ci facemmo la foto. Sei un grande, ti seguo quando sono piccolo e non ho mai smesso di sostenerti. Sei il numero 1. @fabriziocoronareal@adalet_official#fabriziocorona#adalet
Here's the good news! I just passed the first substage of anatomy! Godd, it is unbelievable. I literally didn't study anything because I was attending the Iblc. I remember I entered the exam room and there I realised I have 20 more minutes before the substage starts so I took the book out and started reading and boom! I PASSED! Oh and also, I never thought it would feel this amazing to pass without studying lol mainly because you realize you are actually listening in class. Also we have our physio and biochem substage which I haven't done too but these are also the subjects Im least interested in so yeah brace yourself for the coming news of me failing in physio and biochem.
This post continues to explore the topic of how to increase our emotional intelligence. One of three main components in doing this is increasing our ability to empathise with others, which means recognising and understanding what someone else feels and why they feel it.
In my third blog post exploring the topic of emotional intelligence, I dig into what empathy really is about, and three ways that we can easily start increasing our empathic ability.
Check out this post the and the previous two, link in bio!