More often than not, parents are focusing only on developing a child’s intellectual quotient. It may be based on a general assumption that children who are successful academically, will seize golden opportunities in the future. Whereas, there are other types of quotient that can be explored from a child, i.e. spiritual quotient, creativity, and no less important, emotional quotient.
What does it mean by emotionally smart? Basically, it means a child is aware of the emotions he feels, as well as other people’s feelings. Second, it means a child has the ability to respond to others with empathy. Therefore, developing a child’s emotional quotient is very important in order to form a good personality as an adult. With a good personality, your child will surely have good ethics as well.
The process of developing emotional quotient is very related to the parenting style that you applied at home. The common types of parenting style are explained below:
In forming emotional quotient of a child, a balance between attention, discipline, affection, and warmth are needed. Thus, parenting style that is authoritative, is the best to stimulate emotional quotient of a child. If a child does positive things, provide appreciation. Otherwise, when he makes mistakes, give reasonable consequences. Do not forget to explain why it is important to be applied.
What can you do to develop your child’s emotional quotient? Check out the tips below:
Developing your child’s emotional quotient will shape his future. In fact, it is not impossible that you may also learn something when you walk on the process. Good luck!
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