In 1996, Daniel Goleman introduced the world to the concept of EQ, revealing how people with well-developed emotional skills are more likely to succeed than those with intellect alone. Today, EQ has become one of the hottest topics in child psychology. This text is a practical guide for parents who want to apply Goleman's theories of emotional intelligence to child rearing. It contains easy to follow checklists, parenting dos and don'ts, and activities that parents can use to increase their child's social and emotional intelligence.
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Excelente libro de ayuda para crianza de hijos
Este libro nos ayudó (Marianela y a mí) para crecer emocionalmente nosotros mismos y ser mejores padres para con Marianela (6) y Mariajosé (4).
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