Emotions are the language of childhood. Robert Frost says, “The best way out is through.” I agree. Instead of stopping a child from feeling angry, mad, sad or embarrassed, try getting to the root cause. Work with their emotional intelligence by exploring what’s behind the feelings. http://www.proactiveparenting.net
“If you’ve ever struggled to explain positive psychology to a friend or colleague, you are ready to appreciate this short animation by Nick Standlea, a former research associate for Mike Csikszentmihalyi at the Quality of Life Research Center. It’s food for the eyes and ears.”
> Dealing With Disappointment: The truth is the psychologists have not managed to delve into the mechanism that begets the feeling of However, here you find what is known so far and some techniques that will help you deal with this situation.
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How is a parent to know what is normal age appropriate defiant behavior or if their child is displaying signs of Oppositional Defiant Disorder? This infographic from Manhattan Psychology Group is meant to bring awareness to ODD and help parents understand what to look for in their child's behavior that can be signs of the disorder. Because early intervention is key to treatment, we hope to help parents who may be dealing with a defiant child.