1, 3, or even 5 years from now…
Do You Want Your Child to Struggle With Ongoing Emotional Issues OR Enjoy an Emotionally Balanced Life Instead?
Can you guess what is the number one predictor of long term happiness and success in people ?
Less than 3 in 100 get this right.
It’s something you set the foundation for when your child is between the ages of 4 and 11.
What is it?
It’s called Emotional Literacy.
Now some people confuse it with emotional intelligence or emotional healing. In fact, one cannot become emotionally intelligent unless they are first emotionally literate.
Its like trying to run before you can even walk.
Why Emotional Literacy?
Emotional Literacy is the first step towards building your child’s Emotional Intelligence (EQ).
It is the ability to recognize, understand, and appropriately express our emotions.
It is an essential skill that we (not just your child) must work to develop. Becoming emotionally literate is learning the alphabet, grammar, and vocabulary of our emotional life.
In a world where academic literacy is increasingly the norm and other forms of literacy – such as technological and computer — are expected, emotional literacy must become commonplace in order for human beings to grow, evolve, and face the challenges of the future.
How does raising your child’s EQ help them?
When a child raises their EQ they become well rounded, self confident, empathetic and emotionally balanced individuals, equipped with the skill needed to make informed decisions throughout the rest of their lives and careers.
Understanding and nurturing your child’s EQ is the key to conscious parenting; essential if you wish to connect on a deeper level and guide him through challenging emotional patterns namely: Anger, fear, jealousy, hurt, grief, loneliness, or guilt.
Imagine if your child could:
- Gain deep understanding of what emotions are
- Have the tools to explore emotions in positive and fun ways
- Manage their emotional state to make the right decisions, at the right time, for the right reasons
“This is now my “go-to” resource that i can grab whenever i see my child angry, frustrated or jealous etc…”
“EQ is important because children just
don’t know how to express themselves
when they are emotional”
“My deepest hopes for my children is
for them to become strong, capable,
confident and happy people”
What to do next:
I’ll email you a free report, an introduction to Emotional Literacy, that will help your child lead a healthy, successful, and happy life.
Please click the button below, answer a few simple questions on the next page, and I’ll send you the report instantly.