We would like to share this list of habits people with high Emotional Intelligence have. Enjoy reading this article.

If you ever chatted with someone who truly seemed to “get” you, they were probably someone with high emotional intelligence. These folks have a few skills — and habits that come about as a result — that allow them to tap into the experiences of others, and be quite grounded, open-minded, and understanding as a result.

It comes in handy when communicating with others, but also makes life much easier as it provides you with a healthy dose of empathy, compassion, and understanding of your own emotions. While some people are born with these skills, they’re something the rest of us can work on improving, if we want to.

“It’s a trait that can be developed, though some people are born with a greater degree of it naturally,” couples therapist Brooke Sprowl, LCSW, tells Bustle. “Psychotherapy can help with developing skills for anxiety regulation, empathy, communication skills and perspective taking, all of which can improve your emotional intelligence.” Here are a few habits and skills that can be a sign of emotionally intelligence, according to experts.