Stop Feeling Unloved – Quick Emotionally Intelligent Tips

Here’s an Emotional Fitness Poster Coach to help you stop expecting too much of love.

How to expect less of love. A Poster Coach

Here’s another tip: Remember the five in one rule. Make sure good moments out weigh the bad at least five to one.

Parenting advice

The older a child, the more unloved s/he might feel. Why? Many children tend to think when bad things happen they are to blame.  Moreover, they would rather feel they are bad than unloved.  Two ways  parents can help a child find a better balance:

Parenting tip one: Make it clear no one is perfect and the best goal is to try your best to be good enough.

Parenting tip two: Model acceptance of your personal imperfections my apologizing when you are wrong.  Remember what constitutes a good apology.

How to apology

THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU

Practice kindness by rating this material. Doing so helps me. This is what your stars will mean to me. No stars – Not helpful. One star – Reinforced my knowledge. Two Stars – New information. Three stars – New useful information; Four stars – Very good. Five stars – Excellent. Also if you did not find it helpful, tell me what might have made it more useful.

Finally, remember sharing is caring. and an act of kindness. Share this post if you found it useful.

Thank you and work at staying strong until next time.  I work on doing that all the time.

Katherine

This post relates to WordPress’s Daily Prompt     A True Saint In 300 years, if you were to be named the patron saint of X, what would you like X to be? Places, activities, objects — all are fair game.

The Saint of Imperfection

LINKS OF INTEREST

These links are for those not familiar with Emotional Intelligence or the idea of Emotional Fitness.

Emotional Intelligence (en.wikipedia.org)
The five components of Emotional Intelligence (www.sonoma.edu)
Twelve Easy Emotional Fitness Exercises (amazon.com)

Agree or disagree, comments are always welcomed.