GreatSchools and the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence have launched a new set of articles and tools to help parents foster emotional intelligence in their kids.
Emotional intelligence, defined as the ability to manage your own emotions as well as gauge those of others, is a skill needed to make solid decisions on a daily basis and build strong interpersonal relationships. Kids with the ability to interpret their own feelings and identify the feelings of peers are proven to be happier, healthier and more successful shows research from GreatSchools and the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence.
The Great Kids Emotional Smarts content collection is available to help kids in doing just that. Parents have full access to a series of emotional intelligence-related articles, videos and activities designed to help kids live healthy lives from the inside out.
For more information on how to support your child’s emotional intelligence, visit the Emotional Smarts website today.