Mom, here is how you can teach emotional intelligence at home
Monday October 21, 2019 - By Stanley Chu
Monday October 21, 2019
By Stanley Chu
Research shows that children who learn emotional intelligence skills have less anxiety and depression; have fewer attention, learning and behavior problems; are better problem-solvers; display greater social and leadership skills; and perform better academically.
– Marc Brackett, Ph.D., Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence