Posted by SLS on July 2, 2012, at 21:00:58
In reply to Re: Changing One's Emotional Set Point, posted by ron1953 on July 2, 2012, at 14:55:26
> I don't recall proposing a need.
> > "I think an unmoderated board gives us additional opportunity to change our emotional set point"
What is an emotional set point, and what is the need to change it such that we should look for additional opportunities to reset it?
> I was using the boards as an EXAMPLE of situations where one might learn a bit about how to moderate their own reactions, if one is so inclined.
Where might I find more information about "emotional set points" and "emotional resets"? Thanks.
> BTW, I think semantics games are subterfuge.
Which semantics, specifically?
Subterfuge for what? Please be specific. Let not your use of the word "subterfuge" be your subterfuge for avoiding specificity. Please tell me what I am hiding from you.
Some see things as they are and ask why.
I dream of things that never were and ask why not.
- George Bernard Shaw