Studies show that emotional intelligence -- the social and emotional skills that make up what we call character -- is more important to your child's success than the cognitive intelligence measured by IQ. And unlike IQ, emotional intelligence can be developed in kids at all stages.
Filled with games, checklists and practical parenting techniques, "How to Raise a Child with a High EQ" will help your child to cope with -- and overcome -- the emotional stress of modern times and the normal problems of growing up.
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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).
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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Book Description HarperCollins, New York, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. First printing; full numberline. White boards, cloth spine wrap, bronze metallic spine titles. Dj fine; unclipped 24.00, protected in new clear sleeve. If, as many psychologists and developmental experts believe, emotional intelligence (or "E.Q" in the author's terminology) is just as important as I.Q. in raising healthy, confident, and well-functioning children, then Dr. Shapiro's guide for parents couldn't come at a better time. In accessible and clearly prescriptive prose, the author offers concrete strategies and suggestions to assist parents with the important task of preparing their children to cope with the inevitable problems of growing up, including learning how to make friends, how to resolve conflicts appropriately, and how to cope with psychological stress and physical pain. 256 pages. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 012373
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