Emotional [adjective]

Definition of Emotional:

demonstrative about feelings

Opposite/Antonyms of Emotional:

Sentence/Example of Emotional:

Jose Antonio Vargas, 39Founder, Define AmericanAs an undocumented entrepreneur, I’m used to physical limitations that lead to mental and emotional blocks.

We are committed to providing high-quality care to youth with special, and often complex, emotional, behavioral and psychiatric needs.

Accordingly, I see on a daily basis how the quality of yesterday’s communication impacts today’s productivity, through lasting effects that can be content-driven but, realistically, are more often emotional.

Audio and video clips from protests can evoke an emotional and visceral reaction in those who see them.

Many ad sellers remain unable to have conversations with advertisers about the fourth quarter, as brands remain wary of committing to investments in a year when the economic, political and emotional outlook for the country keeps changing.

Next, CEOs should consider employees’ emotional and personal wellbeing.

English speakers today hold consistent assumptions about how emotional facial expressions should be deployed, as the new study shows, Roberson says.

Multiple lines of evidence suggest, for instance, that rituals help with emotional regulation, particularly during periods of uncertainty, when control over events is not within reach.

This will make them feel special at an individual level, which will eventually lead to a strengthened emotional bond with your brand.

Meanwhile, skills the next generation will need include analytical thinking and innovation, emotional intelligence, creativity, and systems analysis.