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Emotional responsiveness is revealed by the spontaneity and ease with which a person is able to respond emotionally to another person

Emotional responsiveness is revealed by the spontaneity and ease with which a person is able to respond emotionally to another person Emotional responsiveness is revealed by the spontaneity and ease with which a person is able to respond emotionally to another person
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Emotional responsiveness is an abstract word that captures a lot. It’s the ability or the willingness that someone has to tune into emotionally and to allow themselves to tune into your non-verbals or your words, and to allow themselves to feel what you’re feeling and who respond to that in a way that you feel that you matter.

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