Emotional intelligence may be more important than the intelligent quotient of a child. And a child's emotional intelligence relies on their parents. Parents are the children's emotional coaches. It is through the parents and children's warm and nurtured relationships that emotional intelligence develops.

Emotional coaching relies on a warm and nurtured relationship between you and your child. A close, open parent-child relationship makes it easier and more natural to teach emotional skills, and it’s the foundation upon which your child learns. Everyday interactions can build and strengthen your relationship with your child.

It is through everyday interactions that a child and a parent can build and strengthen their relationship. Hugging and touching frequently is one of these interactions. Spending good quality time with them is also one. It has been found that children with high emotional intelligence feel more positive, in control, more equipped to manage their own emotions and be able to manage their life as well. But it is still important to teach specific skills to children.
Gone are the days when we thought, for example, a very angry person was just born that way and might as well accept it. Yes, we are born predisposed to a certain temperament, but our brains are constantly rewiring and changing as we learn and grow.
~Sixty Second Parent

Key Takeaways:

Emotional intelligence is a concept that is being widely discussed among those in the know. Parents and educators have caught on to its usefulness overall during assessments.
Students with high emotional intelligence are more likely to succeed in many ways. Even their academic success could hinge on their emotional intelligence whenever it is needed.
Find ways to boost emotional intelligence whenever it is possible for students. Hugging and kissing young children is a great way to keep their emotional intelligence on the rise.

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