Raising Emotionally Intelligent Teenagers Guiding the Way for Compassionate Committed Courageous Adults The world before September was challenging enough for parents of teenagers Now it is so Our families schools and workplaces need Emotionally Intelligent Teenagers who will not only be know

  • Title: Raising Emotionally Intelligent Teenagers: Guiding the Way for Compassionate, Committed, Courageous Adults
  • Author: Maurice J. Elias Steven E. Tobias Brian S. Friedlander
  • ISBN: 9780609805251
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
  • The world before September 11, 2001, was challenging enough for parents of teenagers Now it is so Our families, schools, and workplaces need Emotionally Intelligent Teenagers who will not only be knowledgeable, responsible, nonviolent, and caring youths, but who also will grow up to be compassionate, committed, and courageous adults How can parents accomplish this The world before September 11, 2001, was challenging enough for parents of teenagers Now it is so Our families, schools, and workplaces need Emotionally Intelligent Teenagers who will not only be knowledgeable, responsible, nonviolent, and caring youths, but who also will grow up to be compassionate, committed, and courageous adults How can parents accomplish this Not only do raging hormones make everything intense for teenagers, but they have their own special issues concerning identity, self confidence, peer pressure, and responsibility, including individuating from their parents Raising Emotionally Intelligent Teenagers shows parents how to use a balance of love, laughter, and limits to reach their goals Drs Elias, Tobias, and Friedlander, all respected experts in child behavior and parents of teenagers, have written a clear, informative book of sound advice that applies the insights of Daniel Goleman s best seller, Emotional Intelligence, to unlock teenagers untapped desire to belong to families and schools that make a difference and to contribute positively to them.Raising Emotionally Intelligent Teenagers is filled with real life scenarios, practical strategies, and the answers to the questions parents ask most frequently, all drawn from the authors professional and personal experiences and given with warmth and humor.Guiding the way to compassionate, committed, courageous adults is a serious challenge, but its effective pursuit is a labor of love, a journey of joy, and a path filled with pride.

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    1. I was a little hesitant to read this book because I thought it would make me feel guilty or I'd feel pushed to try to do the impossible. I was worried that I'd feel it is too late to do anything to improve our situation. None of that happened.I currently have two teenagers who are opposites of each other in temperament. Our relationships with each are very different. They both have emotional intelligence issues, but different ones. Despite my feelings of inadequacy, or maybe because of them, I h [...]

    2. I found this book to be a bit dated in its references, although I did take away a few good ideas. Most, though, were either common sense or we already do as a family. I do like the lengthy surveys that each parent can take and compare.Build Teens' Assets:-Appreciation-Belonging-Competencies and Confidence-Contributions"Service is the rent each of us pays for living."Any member of a sports team, varsity or intramural had to develop and sign a contract that stated three goals in each of three area [...]

    3. Their heart was in the right place, but book was poorly organized and under-developed. Some of the most clumsy acrynyms I've ever seen…

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