EQI.org Home |

Igor Sljukic


* under construction

I met Igor when I was living in Montenegro in 2009. We spent a lot of time together. He is a very intelligent person both emotionally and intellectually. I became very interested in him in fact. You could say that I studied him.


EQI.org Home Page

Core Components of EQI.org

Other EQI.org Topics:

Emotional Intelligence | Empathy
Emotional Abuse | Understanding
Emotional Literacy | Feeling Words
Respect | Parenting | Caring
Listening | Invalidation | Hugs
Depression |Education
Personal Growth

Search EQI.org | Support EQI.org

EQI.org Library and Bookstore

Online Consulting, Counseling Coaching from EQI.org

March 20, 2012

I am typing in some of my notes from Stephen Covey's book, The Third Alternative, and thinking of Igor again. I just entered this part

He suggests people try saying this: "Maybe we can come up with a better solution than either of us has in mind. Would you be willing to look for a third alternative we haven't even thought of yet?"

I don't know if Igor would be willing or not. But often when I read Covey's writing Igor comes to mind and I wonder if I can learn something that will help us solve our conflict.

April 7, 2012

I just learned about Novak Djokovic... and watched the 60 Minutes video of him. I started to cry when I saw him in the celebration for him in. I thought "Crazy Serbians and Montenegrins".

I thought of Igor, who was very passionate about Serbia.

I found out about Novak via this website page...


I found that one btw, via a little research on Hicham El Guerrouj, who I learned about via an ESPN documentary at a restaurant here in Penang, Malaysia (about 3:30 am when I went out for a walk because I couldn't sleep.

Now I realize there is some irony to the way I found out about Novak. Via El Guerrouj, who is a Muslim. The Serbs, or many Serbs, hated the Muslims -which is one reason there was so much killing not long ago in the part of the world we call the Balkans. I learned a lot of history while living in Montegro. Now I am learning a lot of history while being in Malaysia.

Anyhow, tonight I feel more optimistic that Igor and I will meet again one day, and be friends again one day, and we will have resolved the conflict which motivated me to create this page.

I also feel more optimistic that Igor will do something truly great with the potential he has. Something to help bring lasting peace to the world, for example. I am not a big sports fan, but I feel inspired by what Joel Bouzou is doing with his organization "Peace and Sport." I sincerely hope Igor will do something equally important for the world, or more so. I know he has the capability.