Helping Your Child Develop Emotional IntelligenceNov 11, 2022
In this workshop I teach you how to develop and increase your child's emotional intelligence, and share downloadable resources for you to use with your child at home.
If your child struggles with any of the following issues, it indicates that they have low Emotional Intelligence:
- have difficulty recognising their feelings
- find it hard to understand what causes their feelings
- experience lots of emotional outbursts or mood changes
- find it hard to say how they feel or give their opinions
- show limited problem-solving skills
- find it hard to accept advice or constructive criticism
- find it hard to express their ideas clearly or explain their point-of-view to others
- often seem to say the wrong thing at the wrong time
- find it hard to pick up on other people's feelings
- obsess over mistakes instead of learning from them
- feel hopeless and pessimistic after setbacks rather than feeling optimistic that if they keep trying they will eventually succeed
- struggle to build and maintain good relationships with others
Low Emotional Intelligence can affect so many areas of a child's life, and prevent them from reaching their potential. It can also drastically reduced their ability to have a happy and successful adult life. But it doesn't have to be this way!
Emotional Intelligence can be learned and the sooner you start teaching your child the skills they need, the sooner you will see the benefits. To find out more about the workshop, just click here for more information.