ZEALOUS BEHAVIOR

ZEALOUS BEHAVIOR

One thing children don’t readily realize is that they’re in control of their emotions and their behavior — that the behavior and emotions don’t control them. They also don’t naturally understand that behavior and emotions are both temporary and changeable. Behavior and emotions don’t define who they are.
ZEALOUS BEHAVIOR

⭐️ PARENTING WITH PURPOSE PRACTICES  ⭐

TRY THIS 👉 Backhand Index Pointing Right EmojiTeach children deep breathing techniques. Breathe in and count 7 seconds while holding their breath, then breathe out slowly.

TRY THIS👉 Backhand Index Pointing Right EmojiPlay the game traffic light to help with impulse control.

TRY THIS👉 Backhand Index Pointing Right EmojiTeach children to stop and think before acting. When your child reacts to a situation without thinking, ask them, Did that make it better or worse? Then allow them to explain.

The Bigger Picture

All children have different temperaments. However, it’s our responsibility to teach children about boundaries and controlling their bodies.


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