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  • Can parents control their child's emotions? Very difficult! But what parents can do, is use negative emotions as an opportunity to guide children into developing good decision-making skills. Parents need to guide their children through their emotions, talk about them and the consequences that follow. Growing up with a positive attitude about emotions is key to a healthy state of mind.

  • Research shows that children will have better friendships, and will be able to focus their attention and calm down after a negative situation when emotions are talked about openly in the family. Social and emotional intelligence leads to stability in life's ups and downs.(ie. Marriage, Child rearing etc.)

  • Parents play the biggest role in their child's life by themselves being emotionally stable. Parents who can accept emotions and empathize with their children still need to help the latter label their emotions and set limits on behavior while exploring solutions together.

  • Parents would do well to take a look at their own emotions and be honest about feelings. That, in itself, can be a struggle for those 'parents' who themselves grew up in homes where emotions were routinely dismissed or criticized. Parents must talk about emotions with their kids. They must help children understand what they are feeling. This, in turn, would help parents recognize their our own feelings in the process.

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