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Managing Your Emotions - Handling Emotions| Managing Emotions

Managing Your Emotions - Handling Emotions| Managing Emotions

Optimism

Research says...

In more than 1000 studies involving more than millions children and adults – optimistic people were shown to be less frequently depressed, more successful in school and jobs and, surprisingly, even more physically healthier than pessimistic people.


Optimism is a skill than can be learned very well by kids. It’s an antidote for underachievement.We develop optimism in them through various reel life scenarios, games, some brain storming activities etc. in manner which is appropriate for their age.

Activity of the day

Games and Activities

1. My special gifts and talents - Everyone has something they do well. It may be in a sport, or playing a musical instrument or even a person may be good at making friends. See if your kids will find out own gifts or talents. It’s better to allow them to explore themselves, rather then we as a parents tell them.

2. Let a smile be your umbrella – Just like an umbrella protects you from the rain, a smile can protect you from feeling unhappy. This short game will help children to explore how to use smile as a defense tool.

3. Put on a happy face

Stories

1. Ruby as an investigative journalist.

2. Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes –

A sad story, which reminds us that even in death, optimism fills us with life. This story will have deep imprints in the minds of our younger ones.

Mindfulness Activities

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These exercises can help children calm down, become more focused, fall asleep more easily, alleviate worry, manage anger, and generally become more patient and aware.

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There is something we are all capable of but usually don’t cultivate intentionally. Why not start young in training those capacities?

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Fight and flight of rest and digest

This practice of focusing on breathing leads to reflective rather than reactive responses. It gives kids control over their responses so they respond rather than react.

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