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12 Secrets to Teaching Your Child How to Manage Their Emotions


12 Secrets to Teaching Your Child How to Manage Their Emotions
by Lois V. Nightingale, PhD, GoodTherapy.org Topic Expert

Giving children coping skills for their emotions is one of the most important tasks of parenting. Children lacking these tools may blame others for how they feel or demonstrate how they’re feeling in inappropriate ways. If a child has no words to verbalize their intense emotions, they’re at risk for being emotionally stunted for the rest of their lives…more

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