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Teach Your Child Resilience

Alison Tait writes about resilience and draws on the expertise of writers such as Andrew Fuller to provide some tips on raising a resilient child. Resilience can be nurtured by parents – it will help your child bungee jump through the pitfalls of life! Read full article

Emotion Management – Emotional Control

Teaching children how to keep focus and manage their emotional reactions is a skill that will help them in the playground and the classroom. Children with an ability to manage their reactions to a feeling are less likely to harm others and are more likely to be popular with their peers. Read full article

Emotional Intelligence Skills – Empathy

The writer McEwan said that "Empathy is the building block of our moral system" – teaching children empathy is in fact an important foundation for raising an emotionally intelligent child. Children with good social skills tend to be empathetic and use that skill to get on well with others. Read full article

Emotional Intelligence Skills – Emotional Expression

Children that express their emotions in ways that do not harm others are less likely to cause problems in their friendships. Learning to express emotions in acceptable ways and at the right times is also important for your child getting on well in the playground and classroom. Read full article

What is Optimism? A Quick Guide for Parents.

Optimism describes a habit of thinking. A child who thinks that bad events are caused by temporary things (such as their mood) and that good events are caused by permanent things (such as being someone who always works hard) has an optimistic way of thinking. In his brilliant book, The Optimistic Child, Dr Martin Seligman gives several examples of this way of thinking. Read full article

Emotional Intelligence Skills – Resilience

Resilience is an inner strength that gives us the ability to cope well and confidently with challenges in life. By teaching children to think in a resilient way, parents are giving their children skills to cope with the challenges of the playground and the classroom. Read full article