Parents who raise emotionally intelligent kids teach this important skill, says neuroscientist and parenting expert—here’s how

“One of our children’s deepest needs is to feel heard, and by listening carefully and expressing empathy, parents can help fill this need.

More importantly, research has found that if someone feels empathy, even if it’s just from watching a touching video, it can make them feel more connected to — and generous toward — others. In other words, practicing empathy with your kids can help them grow up to be emotionally intelligent adults.”

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