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Emotional Intelligence Will Help You—And Everyone Around You

How does a flight delay reveal emotional intelligence at an airport? And how can emotional intelligence help you?

Emotional Intelligence Creates Loving and Supportive Parenting

Parents have to be smarter about teaching their children emotional intelligence, and John Gottman can show you how.

How to Strengthen Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence

Children need the experience of feeling emotions and practice tolerating them to develop self-control and emotional intelligence.

Emotional Intelligence Is Key to Successful Leadership

If leaders fail in driving emotions in the right direction, nothing they do will work as well as it could or should.

5 Ways to Bolster Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence

The ability to manage emotions helps kids navigate social relationships, maximize intellectual success, and develop confidence.

12 Ways to Use Inside Out to Teach Emotional Intelligence

Drawing from my experiences as a teacher and what I continue to discover as a parent, here are 12 tips for how to use Inside Out to help kids learn about the brain, emotions, and themselves.

Emotion Coaching: The Heart of Parenting – Online

A five-step method that builds emotional intelligence and creates positive, long-lasting effects for children from toddlers to teens. Easy to learn, and used by parents, educators, and care-givers, it supports kids through life’s ups and downs.

An Age-By-Age Guide to Helping Kids Manage Emotions

How we react to our kids’ emotions has an impact on the development of their emotional intelligence.

Helping Little Ones with Big Emotions

Research shows that giving your child the gift of emotional intelligence can greatly improve their quality of life.

Printable Feeling Wheel

What are you feeling? Discover more about your feelings and increase emotional intelligence with this handy, printable resource.

Overcoming Gridlock This Holiday Season

Gridlock is like an emotional traffic jam in a relationship.

Positive Parenting: Accept Feelings, Limit Actions

All feelings are acceptable. All behaviors are not.

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Mastering Marriage Conflict with Mulligans

Dr. Gottman has discovered that successful marriages use repair attempts like golfers use mulligans.

The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work

This New York Times bestselling book is an overview of the concepts, behaviors, and skills that guide couples on the path toward a harmonious and long-lasting relationship.

The Four Parenting Styles

Good parenting involves emotion.

How Millennials Are Redefining Marriage

Millennials are certainly redefining not only when to get married, but what it means to them.