Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child

Did you know that children deal with feelings and trauma in three different ways: repression, aggression, and expression. These outlets are not healthy for the child and will also affect parenting.
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Remember that you can’t convey what you don’t exemplify

Your children learn from you through your actions, much more than your words. If you can’t communicate your emotions through your behavior, they won’t respect their own emotions.

Try to learn from your children

Children haven’t unlearned EQ as you may have. They make friends easily and retain their capacity for joy because they’re naturally empathic and instinctively ready to feel their emotions fully and then let them go. So, listen and learn; you’ll raise your own EQ and establish flexibility and mutual respect in the family.

Unhappy parents raise unhappy children

If you’re exhausted and depressed by the demands of parenthood, your children will be depressed, too. You can’t sacrifice yourself and do anyone else any good, so keep yourself healthy if you hope to raise healthy children.

Be quick to apologize when you make mistakes

Let’s be realistic; you will let your guard down from time to time we all do. Fortunately, you have a simple tool for ensuring that your errors don’t do permanent damage. It’s called an apology, and it comes in pretty handy throughout parenthood.