Helping Children Deal with Emotions

If you are a parent or adult involved in the lives of children, you will undoubtedly encounter moments in which the children or adolescents in your life are overwhelmed by their emotions. As adults, we have a responsibility to help them identify and express their feelings in healthy, productive ways and to learn to regulate their emotions overall. There is an ever-increasing number of theories, strategies, and resources for helping the children in our lives gain skills to become healthy, empathetic, and resilient adults.

Raising Resilient Children

Being able to triumph in the face of life’s challenges is called resiliency. The four components of resiliency will help you to translate the concept of resiliency into coping behaviors in your children.

Resilience Guide for Parents and Teachers

Children’s problems include adapting to a new classroom, bullying by classmates, or abuse at home, but resilience is the ability to thrive despite these challenges.

How to Raise a Resilient Kid But Not a Stubborn Loner

Resiliency is about standing back and letting them fail, yes. But there's far more to it than that.

The 7 Best Expert Parenting Tips on Building a Child’s Resilience

Don't tell your kid not to feel bad. Feeling bad can be good.

Arianna Huffington: Talk to Your Children About Your Struggles. It Allows Them to Understand Failure as a Stepping Stone to Success

When you watch someone go through an entire career, you can see that things aren’t always perfect.

Dealing With Disappointment: Michele Borba's Guide for Raising Kids Who Don't Fall Apart (Even During a Pandemic)

A lot of children today fall apart when they experience disappointing setbacks.