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Here's your
9 parenting habits
with emotional intelligence

Recognizing children's emotions means being aware of yourself, which is not always obvious. Therefore, the first people who have to train emotionally are educators. 

Take a look at the list. The first and sixth will enlighten you. Let's go!

  1. Be aware of your children's emotions. Get them used to express phrases like "I feel ... because" by teaching them the words which define the feelings they are feeling. This strategy will allow them to say things like, for example, "I feel sad because a classmate makes fun of me at school."

  2. Be understanding, so that they can talk about their emotions and thoughts, during the day, without feeling judged.

  3. Ask your children questions: how did your grandfather feel today? Did you seem sad, happy, or worried? How do you think that kid felt at the park when you pushed him?

  4. Be a model for your children: allow them to see in you a person who takes care of others, able to understand, intuit, put themselves in the shoes of others.

  5. Our children must always act assertively. Assertiveness allows us to defend our rights, protect our limits, our integrity and, at the same time, respect others.

  6. Children must be able to speak in first person, in total freedom and without fear, to recognize their needs, but at the same time to know respect for others.

  7. Listen with empathy and validate the child's feelings. A child who feels listened to is a child who can listen and at the same time communicate.

  8. Set limits as you help your children solve problems.

  9. Recognize in your emotions an opportunity for intimacy and teaching


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