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Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2010

    Excellent book

    I have a very emotional and strong-willed 3 year old boy and I've been searching for answers to how to make our home life more sane. There are plenty of books about discipline, but this one gets to the heart of why kids behave the way they do. I found it to be a real eye-opener about my parenting style, and I've adopted a whole new outlook on my son's emotions which has already made a difference in our relationship.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 15, 2013

    Highly recommend - A Great Paradigm Shift in Parenting

    My 6 year old daughter has been struggling and this book was a valuable resource. While she is bright and usually very kind and helpful, she has been angry inside and unable to explain her feelings or control tantrums and crying spells. She stopped wanting to go to school so everyday we faced multiple struggles. As this book explains, my daughter is highly sensitive to her surroundings and the feelings of others, which caused her intense feelings she didn't understand. If your child is struggling with anxiety, anger, or is highly sensitive, and what you would call highly dramatic about everything, or even if your child isn't facing these challenges, this book is beneficial for any parent who wants to better his/her child's experience with life.

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