Posts Tagged ‘Emotional Development’


Help Your Child Develop an Attitude of Gratitude

April 24, 2012 | Posted in Confident Kids, Confident Teens, Happiness, Quick Tips, Skills thanks_opt

You’ve taught your child to say please and thank you (great!) and are wondering how to build a deeper sense of gratitude. Good for you– gratitude is linked with many good things from happiness to improved relationships. Read more…

 

When Praise Builds Children’s Self Esteem and When It Doesn’t

March 30, 2012 | Posted in Confident Kids, Confident Teens, Happiness, Relationships family

Other than good health what more could we want for our children than happiness and self-esteem? Read more…

 

Building Emotional Intelligence in Children

February 24, 2012 | Posted in Achievement, Confident Kids, Confident Teens, Happiness, Skills 2 girls laughing

You may have heard of the concept of emotional intelligence, and have an idea of what it is but not know for sure or not know how to help your child develop it. Read more…

 
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