26 Questions to Help Kids Know Themselves Better

26 Questions to Help Kids Know Themselves Better

Introverts...Extroverts...This should be posted publicly

How to Care for Introverts and Extroverts. And it is right about how to care for extroverts! I am an extrovert all the way.

As a child therapist - I have noticed that people have many different parenting styles, but 4 key components seem to be present for all good parenting approaches.

Parenting 101: A Child Therapist's 4 Ingredients to Good Parenting

It's important to stay calm and use empathy when we talk to our kids. Sometimes, it's hard to know what to say instead. Here are some examples of how we "react" to our kids and some alternative responses to try instead

Do You React or Respond to Your Kids?

Though this is for parents, it's a terrific example of reacting versus responding and what it means to be mindful of our interactions with others.

Kids who have self-awareness do a better job self-monitoring. That means your child is able keep track of what he’s doing (either in learning or socially) and figure out what’s working and what’s not working. Self-awareness also leads to self-reflection—thinking over things that happened in order to find ways to make things work better next time.

The Importance of Self-Awareness for Kids With Learning and Attention Issues

5 Factors of Emotional Intelligence - Kids who have self-awareness do a better job self-monitoring. Self-awareness also leads to self-reflection

GREAT ways to teach consequences and set boundaries without engaging in toddler power struggles!

How to Say "No" to a Toddler (Without Actually Saying "No"

Between kindergarten and fifth grade, your child is tackling a lot of new responsibilities at home and at school. Signs of ADHD may become more evident as demands on your child grow.

ADHD: What You’re Seeing in Your Grade-Schooler

Signs of ADHD may change in grade school as schoolwork gets more challenging. Here are attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms you might see in kids.

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