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In the first part, the theoretical basis of the theory of emotional intelligence and convenience intercultural training for immigrant women are exposed and that they can better adapt to the environment from a general and theoretical point of view. Then we serve authors who since the 90s as P. Fernandez Berrocal (1997), Fernandez et al (1997) investigating the relationship between culture and emotion, that is, how the assimilation of a culture allows individuals some emotional filters to interpret reality and how certain cultures even allow emotional control (Mesquita, 2003) by supernatural and mystical references. Then we attend the practical part following the detailed exposition of a unique case in terms of a qualitative field study with immigrant Muslim women to Spain. This case, called instrumentally unique case, is an exemplification of how a culture can lead itself own emotional complication for individuals. This makes more sense to have the convenience of a basic emotional education for immigrants and provide them with other references about the most rational reality to suit her motherhood, to new country women, etc. without losing or threatening the essence of their culture.
In this case, it is perceived that as mystical cultural schemes are against the mother’s emotional psychological adaptation, besides this woman has no resources and techniques to survive by herself, there is such a connection and dependence established with her mother or her older sister; this case is about a culture which does not provide women with emotional resources, it confuses them, it makes them look vulnerable towards reality, and also it makes them too dependent on their family. Emotional conditions and resources provided by her culture of origin in an exceedance situation towards a social and foreign context. We know that it will be advisable for her to receive some training in order to get some other references more rational about reality to get adapted to her maternity, to a new country, etc. not losing nor threatening the essence of her culture, nor to her imaginary collective.
She could be introduced into a training and identification of those negative emotions she suffers, such as irrational fear or panic, she should practice how to approach and massage her daughter constantly in order to reduce her fear, discovering different reactions from the child and the ancestor she thinks the child has embodied. It would also be useful to give her some resources for emotional regulation, such as expressing herself orally and liberating herself, being accompanied, staying relaxed, living the moment, having some sense of humor and making her feel excited for growing individually instead of for the collective or for her family. It would also be advisable having a Spanish friend, it would help her to discover other cultural prototypes and references that determine emotional reactions, also being told some stories about women who have been able to overcome this emotional difficulty. This would make her distance herself in a cognitive way, in the way she faces reality emotionally. At the same time, we think that in this case it would be advisable an evaluation for psychological and psychiatric therapy, in order to dismiss other factors.