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Have your children ever completely lost it in the middle of the grocery store? Not just being fussy, but a full-blown tantrum with snot and tears running down their faces as they screech about how awful of a parent you are? Maybe you told them that they could not have a piece of candy or a new toy and they went into complete meltdown mode. Did you struggle to calm your child down during this tantrum? Perhaps everything you said and did only exacerbated the situation, and ultimately led to both of you losing your temper.

What if someone told you that there is a five-step process to mitigating your children’s tantrums and teaching them to be more able to control their own emotions?

Emotion coaching is a type of relationship that endeavors to do just that. An emotion coaching parent guides the child through the throes of emotions, helping the child navigate through all of the overwhelming feelings, and emerging better able to cope with the adversities life throws at him or her in a more mature and resilient manner.

Through the five steps of emotion coaching, you will be there with your child through the failures and successes, teaching your child to navigate through emotions and develop critical skills that will allow your child to develop a higher EQ (emotional intelligence quotient).

In this audiobook, you will find:

  • The elements of emotion coaching, as well as commonly made mistakes
  • The five steps to emotion coaching, and several tips for how to raise an emotionally intelligent child
  • An assessment for how effective you are at emotion coaching
  • How emotional intelligence of the father is important to the emotional intelligence of his children
  • Examples of both children and teens with lower and higher EQs and how emotion coaching can help them
  • And more!

If you want to learn more about how to teach your kids to be more able to control their own emotions...then simply buy now to get started.

©2019 Mark T. Coleman PhD (P)2019 Mark T. Coleman PhD

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Good self help book!!

This passionate knowledge book intends to enhance the standard of training gotten by your child or understudy by bringing issues to light about different strategies and practices. I'm going to put the best rating on this guidebook.

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good content. such a dull and boring narrator

good content. such a dull and boring narrator. couldn't find the energy to listen til the end

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An interesting listen

This gave me a bit more insight into emotion coaching and I liked the 'real life' situations that were presented and how to deal with them. For me, the narration wasn't the best though: it was a little robotic. Since I was interested in the subject matter I could keep listening but if not, it would have been a bit of a slog and I could have easily turned off.

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Complete guide to retraining brain

Every part of the book impressed me. The authors have been able to highlight the contents of the book very well. But I think I have benefited greatly by purchasing that book.

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Very informative book

Well make although seems to cover only the headlines of most psychological topics as listed in the book. Worth listening to if you're new to the subject. Boring otherwise. AWESOME data pressed by the Creator.

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I am very pleased listened to this book

This is such an important thing that is often overlooked.It is one of the better self help books. Like most it brings different thoughts to how to better work with people. I'm impressed with this guidebook.

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The book exceeded my Expectations

I am spreading the word about this book among my friends and colleagues, as our life would have been so much better if we all had mastered that art of dealing with our emotions. Overall great guide for me.

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An excellent way to assure this topic

If you want to improve yourself, then this is the right self help guide you should get. The tips and advice are very actionable. Nice listen. I highly recommend this book to anyone.

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A massive book about this topic

The author followed a very simple and uncomplicated yet very effective and powerful approach to improve the EQ.

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Immensely tempting audio guide

It is one of the better self improvement guides. Like most it carries various considerations to how to more listen function with individuals.

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  • 08-11-19

This book remarkable.

I like that it has different categories of exercises (start your day, rest and relax, open your heart, focus, find calm) so that we can apply them in many different situations.

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  • Cara Larm
  • 15-10-19

it has personal life applications as well.

This is a great book for developing employees. I have purchased it over and over for employees who are looking for advancement and need a pathway/development plan. There is a CD that provides individual testing. My applications have all been career based, but it has personal life applications as well.

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  • Adam
  • 18-04-21

Poorly written

This book could have been written by a 5th grader. Disappointed that I wasted a credit on this.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 16-09-20

terrible narrative

great book, terrible choice of narrator! monotonous boring voice, no intonation or change of voice. Hpw do they even choose the narrator's? seems like it was picked randomly.

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  • Valarie
  • 08-11-19

Absolutely Prodigious Helpful Guide

The exercises are wonderful & my 3 & 5 yr olds love doing them with me. Great for teaching mindfulness as well as coping techniques.

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  • Darnell
  • 08-11-19

Exactly what I have looking on this subject

Excellent tool for adults and kids. Love the easy to use, minimal materials needed approach. Had colleagues even tell me that they enjoyed it as much as the kids. This book is for the worthy reveal

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  • Amelia
  • 08-11-19

An eminent instructor for all of Kids

I was so excited to find these because I have the Yoga cards from this company. My students love the mindfulness activities.

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  • Young
  • 08-11-19

The narration of the book is fully like its name

My daughter asks to do it every night before bed. I can't tell if she's actually being mindful and in the moment but her wanting to do it is awesome to me. This is the book that I have been searching for!

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  • Cassie
  • 08-11-19

I have become realized well from this book

I use this in my classroom with middle schooners who each have disabilities. These are fun activities that I can use to instill mindfulness and calm into the day before we start our academics.

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  • Peter
  • 08-11-19

There is a great deal with this book

The art is really beautiful. My oldest is three years old and I think this is a great way to start to introduce her to mindfulness