Most parents today understand brokenness and loneliness when it comes to relationships. Then comes the need to teach relationship skills to their children! Having experienced isolation and loneliness on their own, parents can be terribly aware of how much their own children need and long for relationships.
The Relationally-Intelligent Child teaches parents the crucial insights of a must grasp concept: relational intelligence. This tool for growth and connection will not only change a child’s life, but also a parent’s own relationships. You’ll discover five key elements that can engage and equip your child with skills for being relationally intelligent with family, friends, and others.
This book also includes a special online version of the Connect Assessment® to help parents understand their children’s relational strengths. You’ll find a hands-on application plan, as well as links to powerful podcasts, videos, and resources. Your child was created for connection and designed for loving relationships. Get the help you need to guide them to develop the skills they need to do so.
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About the Author
DEWEY WILSON, Ph.D. is founder and CEO of Strong Marriages. He has contributed to Focus on the Family's book, The Best Advice on Parenting, with Jim Daly and has written books and workbooks for Strong Marriages, including Devoted and Doing Life Together.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Incredible Gift You Can Give a Child 9
Chapter 2 What Is Relational Intelligence? 17
Chapter 3 The First Element of Relational Intelligence: Secure Attachment 29
Chapter 4 The Second Element of Relational Intelligence: Fearless Exploration 51
Chapter 5 The Third Element of Relational Intelligence: Unwavering Resilience 69
Chapter 6 The Fourth Element of Relational Intelligence: Wise Decision-Making 85
Chapter 7 The Fifth Element of Relational Intelligence: Future-Focused Service 105
Chapter 8 Your Starting Point Plan for Applying Relational Intelligence 119
Chapter 9 Three Currents That Can Stop You from Becoming Relationally Intelligent 141
Chapter 10 Three Gifts to Succeed in Modeling and Coaching Relational Intelligence 159