Frederickson, B., & Joiner, T. (2002). Positive emotions trigger upward spirals toward emotional well-being. Psychological Science, 13 (2): 172–175Emotional awareness is an ability to recognize your own emotions, and their effects. People who have this ability will:Know what emotions they are feeling at any given time, and why;Understand the links between their emotions and their thoughts and actions, including what they say;Understand how their feelings will therefore affect their performance; andBe guided in how they feel by their personal values.Being aware of your own emotions, and how they affect your behavior, is crucial to effective interaction with others. But it can also be crucial to your personal health and well-being.In a one-page summary identify three points of view brought forward by the author of the article.