Tips for raising children with High Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence is the capability to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. In simple terms it involves the ability to monitor one own and other’s emotions, to discriminate among them, and to use the information to guide one’s thinking and actions.

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School Anxiety in Children

It’s not surprising that school anxiety statistics are going through the ceiling as without a doubt there is a lot more pressure on children than ever before. For children navigating the unwarranted world of social media, balancing homework and extracurricular activities, the impacts of anxiety…

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Do we expect too much from our child?

“My child is 2 years old, should I start potty training?” “my 4-year old should be able to get dressed himself/herself” and “my 10-year old child should be able to sit down and concentrate on his homework without distractions”. It is quite natural that we as parents want our children to do well and want the best for them.

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Challenging Behaviour in Children

Challenging behaviour is described as ‘problem behaviour’, ‘difficult behaviour’ or ‘socially unacceptable behaviour’. It can include many different things, depending on the age of the child: They may have trouble following instructions and commands or…

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