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Emotional intelligence.

Emotional intelligence is simply about taking control and being aware of your emotions and feelings. You can also take control and be aware of others feelings and emotions. You will be able to respond to those emotions others face on time with empathy and validation. However, in order to do this, you will need to develop an understanding of your own emotional intelligence. In this article, we will have a look at the emotional intelligence of children, and how they can deal with their emotions and feelings. We will also discuss a few ways that mindfulness meditation can be taught to them. Techniques of how parents can teach their children about their feelings and emotions will also be provided.
Controlling your emotions is much easier than what you might first think. However, first of all, you have to develop a good understanding about them.

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Children should also have an understanding of their emotions and feelings. This is not just for adults. A child’s emotional intelligence must be nurtured. It is up to you as a parent or adult to teach children about this.

One way you this can be done is through mindfulness meditation.
The purpose of mindfulness meditation is to assist people and children with understanding where their thoughts and feelings are coming from. This will make it easier to deal with the thoughts and feeling experienced. Individuals will also be able to act intentional and realize where their actions are coming from.

 Want to try every day mindfulness with your children? Then try following these guidelines for Stop Breath and Think.

1. Stop.

Take a few minutes to pause. Stop whatever it is that is going on in your mind. Tell your child to stop, breath and think. Don’t let them blindly react to things going on around them.

2. Breathe.

Take a few deep breaths. Carefully notice how you are breathing. Particularly when you breath in first, then out second. Put your hands on the surface of your stomach. This can be a huge help when practicing breathing in and out.
Slow deep breaths are good for developing calmness. Muscles will begin to relax. The rate of the heart will also slow down.
Get your child to do the same thing. Your child will soon be able to identify how they are feeling.

3. Think.

Always have an open mind and be curious. Pay attention to every thought you are thinking. Look for what might be causing emotional problems. Physical sensations may also be experienced. If you feel tight anywhere in your body, take a few deep breaths. This allows you to relax and therefore relaxes your muscles.

Whilst practicing mindfulness meditation, be aware that scary thoughts and emotions may come out. Your child may also experience scary thoughts and emotions. When this happens, be sure to consider all of their feelings. Help them to believe that they are capable of making changes. Teach your child to understand that they can pay attention to their feelings. They can do this by letting them go just as a balloon can float off into the sky.

Once children become more understanding of their emotions, positive emotions can begin to be taught. These might include compassion or kindness.

If you are there whilst your child is doing mindfulness meditation, this shows them you are supporting them.
Always accept the emotions and feelings your child may experience. To do this, let your child express them freely. Never let or teach your child to bottle their emotions and feelings up. Teaching your child to accept their feelings and express them, will often make them happier and healthier.
Emotional intelligence really does play an important part on how children behave in the future. It is up to the parent’s to teach them about this. Not only should parent’s teach children about this, but it should also be taught in classrooms at kindergarten’s or schools. This means that educators and teachers must have an understanding of how important this is. Once the right approach is taught to children, they will begin to learn how to connect, develop kindness and communicate with those around them.

A few ways that parents can teach their child about their feelings and emotions may include:

1. Empathizing And Validating How Your Child Feels.

Showing your child that you empathize for them, will teach them how to empathize with others. Soothing biochemicals usually occur when a child understands they are being understood and their feelings have been heard. When this occurs, children will then learn how to self sooth on their own.

2. Give Children Opportunity To Express Themselves.

If you accept the emotions your child experiences, they will also learn to accept them. This helps them to deal with their feelings and move forward. Once a child can do this, their emotional intelligence will be more acceptable. This will also help them to be more successful in the future.

3. Teach Problem-Solving Through Feelings.

When children have the ability to understand how they feel, they will realize that their feelings indicate they need to do something in a different way. This will give the child greater empowerment. Their emotional intelligence will also be raised.

In this article, we have seen that emotional intelligence is being able to control and be aware of how you feel. Children also need to understand their emotions and feelings. This can be done through mindfulness meditation. The Stop, Breath and Think technique is a great way to teach mindfulness meditation to children. Always accept the feelings and emotions your child experiences. This also teaches them to accept how they feel. Not only is it up to parents to teach children about emotional intelligence, but it should also be taught by educators. Parents can teach their children about this by: empathizing and validating their child’s feelings and emotion, give children the chance to express themselves and teach them how to problem solve through feelings. Do this, and your child will become happy and healthy well into the future.

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