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How to Raise an Emotionally Intelligent Child

Find out how to raise a child with a high EQ (Emotional Intelligence Quotient) who, you'll be happy to find, is also happier and a delight to parent.

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How to Help Each Child with Big Emotions

The hardest part of having more than one child is those times when they both need you at once. After all, your love may be unlimited, but you only have...

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Everybody's got a hungry heart, especially when siblings are involved.

If you want to change the behavior, help the child with the needs or emotions driving the behavior. Kids "act out" when they have big feelings they can't put into...

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The most important thing you're teaching your child

Sometimes we don't even notice the most important lesson we're giving our children: how to manage their emotions, and therefore their behavior.

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Easy ways to teach kids about emotions in daily life

Your guide to helping your child identify and understand their emotions -- which is the first step in learning to manage them.

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What To Say Instead of Punishing To Teach a Lesson

The lessons we really want to teach start with emotion-coaching. Here's What To Say Instead of Punishing To Teach a Lesson to your child.

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Unconditional Love In Action: Cherishing Your Child

Being cherished as a baby is the foundation for the development of empathy, compassion, and emotional generosity. Learn more about how cherishing is our secret parenting weapon.

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Game Plan for Peaceful Parenting Your Preschooler

With a little help from you, these "wonder years" will build a secure and unlimited foundation for your son's or daughter's entire childhood.

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7 Powerful Ways to Help Kids Develop Social Intelligence Skills Every Day

Next time there's a problem between your children, you don't need to sigh and wish it wasn't happening. You can welcome it as a teachable moment!

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Playing with Your Child: Games for Connection and Emotional Intelligence

What if I promised that if you play with your child on a regular basis, THEY will become more cooperative, and YOU will feel more energized?