It is our natural to wish to express love and concern to someone we care for and feel good about, such as asking after a friend who has fallen ill, or making extensive preparation to celebrate a classmate's birthday. However, occasional conflicts with friends and family can often trigger negative thoughts and emotions that disrupt our relationship and impair our ability to remain understanding and caring towards each other. To free ourselves from anger, resentment and guilt, it is important to cultivate a forgiving heart. This can be achieved by developing deeper understanding and acceptance of our own as well as others' needs, motives and limitations. Being able to forgive and forget can enable us to maintain satisfying relationships as well as a sense of welling
Cultivate inner peace and interpersonal harmony
through understanding and forgiveness.
Being appreciative and grateful for what we have can enhance our sense of fulfillment and happiness. Instead of dwelling on what is lacking and feeling bitter and frustrated, we can learn to treasure what we already possess and enjoy. Moreover, being thankful and appreciative towards people around us, particularly those who have enriched our lives, can further enhance our interpersonal relationships.
Experience true joy and happiness
by being appreciative and thankful.
We can experience happiness and contentment in various kinds of "loving" relationships, whether between friends, family members or couples. However, on occasions, such relationship may be tested and thwarted by frustrations and disappointments. To build and maintain satisfying relationships, continuous investment of time and effort as well as mutual understanding and acceptance are the basic prerequisites. Congruent, positive and effective communication is also essential. Most importantly, we must be ready to actively and unreservedly express affection and devotion to our loved ones through words and concrete actions.。
Convey your love and affection
openly and sincerely.
If someone offers help when we are facing hardships and setbacks, our stress and pain can be shared and reduced. In turn, when we offer a helping hand or a sympathetic ear to someone in distress, we can help relieve their pain as well as experience the blessing of being able to give. Each one of us can become a Caring Ambassador simply by being watchful of others' circumstances and being ready to offer appropriate support and assistance when necessary.
Be generous and charitable as it is more blessed
to give than to receive.
People with high social intelligence have "magnetic" personalities which are appealing and attractive to others. They are sensitive and perceptive to others' reactions, needs and interests. They also possess effective social and communication skills which enable them to make others around them feel valued, respected and appreciated. Social intelligence enables us not only to develop mutually gratifying interpersonal relationships and create harmonious communities, but is also one of the core competencies essential for personal success as it facilities team-building and productive collaboration in the attainment of common goals.
While some people may naturally possess superior social skills, social intelligence can also be developed and nurtured.
Developing Social Intelligence:
Communicate with sensitivity,
understanding and genuineness.
Successful teamwork fuels the accomplishment of common goals. One of the most significant factors in achieving successful teamwork is to "get everyone involved". Regardless of whether we are working on group projects or organizing society activities, we can rarely rely on individual efforts to achieve success. Rather, effective "teamwork" is often an important key to success.
As a team member, we should participate actively in order to build team spirit and maximize work efficiency. Our commitment not only strengthens social belonging but also enhances cohesiveness among members. This can enable us to achieve common goals in a mutually caring and supportive environment.
Build a strong campus community .
through active participation and involvement