A new study finds that some fire instructors may not have been taught to be emotionally sensitive.
The study was conducted by researchers at Duke University and the University of New Mexico.
The study, published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, is based on responses of more than 1,200 adults.
In one experiment, researchers asked participants to rate their own experience with fire and how that experience affected them.
The participants then rated the experience of other people on a scale from 1 (not at all) to 5 (very much).
The results showed that people who had a more positive reaction to the experience were better at teaching people how to react to the flames.
But the study didn’t prove that positive reactions to fire were a sign of emotional sensitivity.
The researchers also asked participants about the types of people who could be trained to be sensitive to fire.
People who had an experience with other people being burned by a fire showed more positive reactions than those who had not.
The results suggest that the positive reactions in the first study are likely due to the fact that people have more experience with positive emotions and more experienced in working with them.
People were also asked to describe what they had learned in their experience of fire.
The majority of the responses said they were good at teaching other people how not to react in the heat of the moment.
In contrast, only a minority of participants said they had not learned anything at all.
The findings suggest that some people, particularly those with an emotional sensitivity, may not be as good at working with people when they are not feeling emotional.
For example, many fire instructors might be not trained to handle situations in which someone is hurt or hurt their self.
Other people may have emotional sensitivity problems that prevent them from having a positive reaction.
The researchers found that this can be especially true for women, people with emotional health issues, people who have disabilities, and people who are younger.
When it comes to helping people react to a fire, people tend to rely more on what they know.
However, the results also suggest that they may not know enough about how fire works to help people learn how to handle it in the real world.