Emotional Intelligence Activities for Kids: Guest Post


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Originally published at: https://blog.relaygo.com/digital-parenting/emotional-intelligence-activities-kids

“It is not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves, that will make them successful human beings.” -Ann Landers The benefits of emotional intelligence are plentiful. A Harvard Study of Adult Development found that close relationships, made possible by emotional intelligence, are one of the most important factors in lifelong happiness and health. Other studies link emotional intelligence to: better physical health more academic success greater employment success higher financial earnings happier marriages and better relationships an overall positive outlook on life Focusing on emotional intelligence from birth can really…