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Video: How to Handle a Meltdown

October 12, 2011 | Posts with Videos | 0 comments

Raising kids' emotional intelligence

Lindsay and I discuss one of the most important parenting skills in the history of the universe: emotion coaching.  Quick tips for how to handle negative emotions, from a tantruming toddler to a brooding teen (and even a moody spouse).

Special thanks to the Quality of Life Foundation, which made this series possible.

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