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Handling emotions

Does Your child

1. Throw tantrums? Make excessive demands on your time, or cling on to either parents?

2. Have wild mood swings and is unpredictable in her behavior?

3. Does it appear that she is bottling up her feelings and putting on a mask?

4. Does she have unrealistic fears and phobias, or show strong hatred against anything or anyone in particular?

5. Have her grades gone down, or is she showing disinterest in studies?

6. Have there been episodes of telling lies, stealing, or destroying other's things?


Perseverance is the only emotional attribute that directly correlates with IQ.Actually, it isn't surprising because thinking is hard work.

Ready to give up? We hope not, because when you have that feeling it is most likely time for you to do just the opposite.Luckily you can increase your perseverance.

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1. Let the animal breath :- Animal breaths are one of the ways to relive stress in us. Wondering how?

2. Six second pause :-

  • It takes 6 seconds to manage anger
  • It takes 6 seconds to create compassion
  • It takes 6 seconds to change the world.

Your kids will learn this lifelong learning of 6 seconds in this session. A must session to build better him /her.

3. An appointment with.... Self

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1. Popcorn days and buttermilk nights - A boy who has trouble with law finds strength and purpose when he becomes part of a rural community.

2. Stanley and Rhoda - A story showing how a boy has to learn control his anger on his sibling. A wonder story on sibling rivalry.

Mindfulness exercise

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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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The Pause Button

By regularly doing these exercises with your children, you encourage them to accept feelings as they are and not to react immediately. Over time, the children will come to realize that there is no need to afraid of intensity of feelings.

Handling emotions

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