The Emotionally Healthy Child: Helping Children Calm, Center, and Make Smarter Choices
Emotional health is a big deal. Everyone has the ability to make wiser choices, even when they’re angry, when they learn how to identify their emotions and deal with them in a healthy manner. Maureen Healy breaks this down into three simple steps in her new book, The Emotionally Healthy Child. We—parents and children alike—can become more mindful and use our emotional knowledge as a tool to make better decisions.
This may seem overwhelming, but Healy breaks it down beautifully into easy-to-understand-and-implement segments. She instructs parents how to help their children master their emotions and shares the mindset and habits to make this an attainable goal. These are invaluable tools that will serve a child well throughout their lifetime.
Full of interesting stories and ready-to-use parenting tools, The Emotionally Healthy Child is one parenting book worth picking up in 2019. Who wouldn’t want a calmer, more centered child with the tools necessary to make wise life decisions? Though it takes work, emotional health can be strengthened and resilience and equilibrium learned. Parenthood may not come with a guidebook, but this is the next best thing. Healy helps parents everywhere understand their child—and themselves—a whole lot better and helps raise a generation of children who are healthier and happier than ever before.
|Page Count||232 pages|
|Publisher||New World Library|
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|Category||Parenting & Families|