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Emotional maturity for thinking teens and thoughful adults

John H. McGoey

Emotional maturity for thinking teens and thoughful adults

by John H. McGoey

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Published by Fidelity House in Scarboro, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Family life education.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn H. McGoey.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 195 p.
    Number of Pages195
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21116103M
    ISBN 100920107389
    OCLC/WorldCa223744707

    Emotional intelligence (sometimes referred to as "emotional quotient" or "EQ") is essential to basically every aspect of life. In fact, many experts now believe that EQ may actually be more important than IQ in determining overall success in life. As such, having low EQ or low emotional intelligence can negatively impact not only your interpersonal relationships but also your mental and. Cultivating Emotional Maturity in Children In my book, Keepers of the Children: Native American Wisdom and Parenting, I emphasize the idea that parenting is about guiding a child to grow into a mature adult.

      In the end, this type of self-disputation increases accurate thinking and improves emotional well-being. Let’s teach our teens that thoughts, even distorted ones, affect their emotional . Artificial Maturity addresses the problem of what to do when parents and teachers mistake children's superficial knowledge for real maturity. The book is filled with practical steps that adults can take to furnish the experiences kids need to balance their abilities with authentic s:

      Usually, emotional immaturity isn't obvious right away. In the first few weeks and months of dating, as our best selves are presented, we've found ourselves thinking, Finally, a guy who isn't. Suggestions to practice adult thinking. Maturity is accepting what is, willing to change what can be and letting go of what cannot be. It is to make peace with yourself, by agreeing to follow reason, acknowledge emo-tions and rely upon your own experience.


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In that sense, we are all emotional people. There is a difference, however, between emotional maturity and immaturity. The difference lies in whether you let this energy (emotion) rule you to your own hurt and the hurt of others, or whether you, through careful thought, put it to use constructively 2.

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This book zeroes in on the real and pressing social challenges faced by tweens and teens, such as managing social anxiety, making friends, dealing with bullies, understanding body language, filtering thoughts and blurting, fitting in, and much more.

A structured approach to exploring social competencies. What are Emotional Intelligence Activities and Exercises. As the name suggests, emotional intelligence activities and exercises are attempts to build, develop, and maintain one’s emotional intelligence, often called EI or EQ for Emotional Quotient.

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