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why is my child reacting like that? spotlight on tough emotions

Why is my child reacting like THAT? Spotlight on tough emotions

Helping your child to manage their emotions From The Secure Child set of talks and materials Have you ever found yourself asking “Why is my child reacting like that?” As we turn a spotlight on tough emotions, know that every child responds differently when confronted with an emotional situation.  And it all takes experience and …

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have you conditioned your child to feel certain ways?

Have you conditioned your child to feel certain ways?

The Dangers of Children’s Conditioned Emotions From The Secure Child set of talks and materials We all feel powerful emotions throughout our lives. And negative thoughts and emotions are a necessary and natural part of this process.  But through the experiences you offer and the responses you model, you could have conditioned your child to …

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Can you help your child to establish a greater emotional intelligence?

How to help your child to establish a greater emotional intelligence

Establishing Emotional Intelligence From The Secure Child set of talks and materials From an early age, you can help your child to establish a greater emotional intelligence. Developing in ways that will support their transition into school. As well as the success they are likely to experience in the classroom.  By allowing your child to …

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Embracing emotions

Embracing all your child’s emotions – even more dramatic ones

Feeling our Emotions From The Secure Child set of talks and materials From birth your child is experiencing and expressing their emotions. They will be showing anger and outrage at being allowed to feel hunger. And moments later, joy and happiness as they nuzzle into your warmth gazing up into your smiling face.  The need …

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