When It Always Has To Be Your Way, No One Wants To Play: Using Proverbs to Teach Children by Maryellen P. Mullin, in Psyched in San Francisco Magazine
By Maryellen Mullin | December 5, 2016
As any parent, educator or child counselor can tell you, children enjoy short, catchy and true phrases. However, in the heat of an emotional moment, it is hard to retrieve what we want to say. So, we often “do” before thinking.
In addition to learning academics at school these days, children are taught relationship skills, which are known as “social-emotional learning or SEL.” New research reveals that self-control is a better predictor of success than intelligence.
Continue on to read here: http://www.psychedinsanfrancisco.com/always-way-no-one-wants-play-using-proverbs-teach-children/
This article was published by Psyched in San Francisco Magazine.
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