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Help your child learn how to communicate, understand, and manage their emotions by building healthy habits and routines, and making time to express feelings together. By doing this, you can enable them to be better friends, students, and family members.

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Here are some tools you can use to help your child understand and talk about their feelings.


Take care of yourself. Even when it feels like you have more important things to do, whenever possible it’s important to prioritize self-care so that you can show up fully for your child and for yourself.


Build healthy routines. Create purposeful daily routines for your child to help make them feel more confident, secure, and safe.


Practice active listening. You can help your child express and name emotions by listening and repeating back what they say. Reflect together on what they might be feeling and experiencing.


Create and reflect. Choose a creative activity to do with your child. Use this opportunity to express shared feelings and build a stronger relationship.

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Four Keys to Healthy Emotional Expression

Did you know that helping your child to express and regulate their emotions in a safe, caring environment is one of the best skills you can teach them? It’s crucial for healthy growth, so they can create positive and rewarding relationships later on. With these skills, your child can manage.…


What does becoming aware of your feelings, naming them, and managing feelings look like?

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