When children are rude, or engage in power struggles over who is in charge, how do you respond? Many of us just want to draw a hard line about behaviors we don’t like. “Do it because I said so!” is a default reply many of us learned from our parents. What are the alternatives? In Episode #7 of Raising Humans, we hear from one parent who gets into power struggles with her child regularly to the point where she’s feeling like the victim of his rudeness. Find out how parents might access the wisdom of emotional intelligence in moments like these.
And by developing our own tools to navigate emotions and apply consequential thinking, we can provide them with ways to deal with conflicts and make good decisions based on values.
Here are some tips to bringing choice to behaviors: From the Six Seconds’ model of Emotional Intelligence and the key competency: Applying Consequential Thinking.http://6seconds.org/2013/09/09/emotional-intelligence-tips-choice/
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