Emotional
Intelligence

can be

raised

at anytime

in your lifetime!

Children with

a high EQ

always

have more friends.

Children with a

high EQ

can

motivate

themselves to succeed.

Children with a

high EQ

take

responsibility

for their own actions.

Families with a

high

EQ

enjoy

a happier,

more fulfilling life.

Emotional
Intelligence

can be

raised

at anytime

in your lifetime!

About the Book: EQ and Your Child

About the Book: EQ and Your Child

Book: EQ andn Your Child by Eileen D. Healy, M.A., MFT

 

Table of Contents

Ch10 Sample

Chapter 15 Sample

Feelings List (Ages3-4)

Feelings List (Ages5-7)

Feelings List (Ages8+)

Feelings List (Adults)

 

 

EQ and Your Child – 8 Proven Skills to Increase Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence

by Eileen D. Healy, MA, MFT   $19.95

   

 

Eileen has shared with hundreds of parents how to work with their children from birth to ten years at home to build these skills. The parents have continuously reported back complete success. In fact, the parents have discovered an additional benefit. They found that while they worked to increase their child’s EQ, their entire family’s emotional intelligence soared. Their families were forever changed, their daily lives became calmer, more respectful and definitely more enjoyable.

 

What Benefits Will Your Children Enjoy With A High EQ?

1.  They’ll be able to recognize their own emotions and talk about them.

2.  They’ll be able to make better decisions based on a clearer understanding
      of their feelings.

3.  They’ll be able to slow down their responses to emotional situations, rather
      than “flying off the handle.” 

4. They’ll come to know that, whatever the problem they are dealing with
      at the moment, there will be a solution. 

5. They’ll learn that, because there are always solutions to problems, they won’t
      feel bad forever. In other words, they won’t become hopeless.

6.  They’ll learn to deal positively with the inevitable disappointments in life. 

7. They’ll be better able to resolve conflicts with their parents, siblings, and friends
      because they will have learned to consider the feelings of others and weigh
      the consequences of their behavior.