How do children develop social and emotional intelligence skills? The answer is simple: practice, practice and practice again. Parents should explain certain situations to their children over and over again and set a good example. And it may seem endless. However, there are ways to quickly develop emotional intelligence in children, using the daily difficulties that arise in every family. The next time there is a problem in the relationship between your children, consider what lesson you can learn from it.
1. Talk about feelings
When parents talk to children every day about each other’s feelings and needs, children become more sensitive and open, more likely to understand each other’s point of view. Continue reading