Posts Tagged ‘Emotional Intelligence in Children’


Helping Your Child Be More of a Positive Thinker

November 1, 2013 | Posted in Confident Kids, Confident Teens, Happiness, Personality beach girl_opt

“My daughter is such a negative thinker, I wish she would see the glass half full more often.”

“It is frustrating when we do something great yet my children complain the whole time.”

“My son gets frustrated and angry so quickly, and a lot of the time I don’t know why.”

I hear comments like these often from parents of children who are negative thinkers. It can be very frustrating and draining to hear complaining and negative comments. The good news is that you can help your child to be more of a positive thinker. 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…

 

5 Ways to Help Your Child Be More Optimistic

February 9, 2012 | Posted in Anxiety, Confident Kids, Confident Teens, Happiness, Quick Tips, Skills sunflower

Sometimes optimism gets a bad reputation because people think it means being unrealistic, Pollyanna-ish, or in denial. Read more…

 
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