Learn more about how you can respond to a child’s desire to communicate, the importance of checking in to discuss feelings and emotions, and fostering positive attitudes around gender.
Discussing emotions can be hard for both adults and children, but it is important. Paying attention to your child’s feelings from birth is key to helping them develop their own understanding of emotions, as well as the emotions they see in others. As children grow older, mealtimes and bed times are a great opportunity to ask them about how they’re feeling and how their day went.
Just like adults, children need to develop strategies for managing their emotions so they can build social-emotional skills.read more
Learn 3 steps and 12 strategies to help young children manage (and talk about) their own challenging feelings.read more
Help your young or school-aged child express their feelings and self-regulation needs by share an emotional code word.read more