This critical skill gives emotionally intelligent people 'greater happiness and fulfillment,' says Stanford-trained psychologist

"Most people are emotionally underdeveloped," says psychologist Emma Seppälä. "It keeps people from living their freest, boldest, and most authentic lives."
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