Intelligence Beyond Books : Emotional Intelligence – checks & whispers.

As parents, we take pride in nurturing not just the academic prowess of our children but also their emotional well-being. Emotional intelligence (EI) is a crucial aspect of their development, shaping how they navigate relationships, handle challenges, and most importantly understand themselves. Yes, I am talking about these terms in the context of children of all ages from 4-5 years to 16 years.

If you are struggling with the know-how of emotional intelligence in your children and want to check how well your parenting approaches and strategies are working to enhance EQ in your children, this blog will be your treasure for the day.

In this blog post, we’ll explore the signs that indicate your little one is on the path to emotional intelligence, offering insights into their inner world and providing valuable cues for supportive parenting. These aren’t just checkboxes; they’re gentle whispers from your child’s heart, telling you they’re on the path to emotional intelligence. So, let’s dive in and decode the beautiful language of their feelings.


Heart-to-Heart Chats: When your child spills their emotional beans, expressing exactly how they feel, it’s like they’re handing you a treasure map to their inner world.

Emotion Detectives: They’re not just happy or sad; they’re nuanced emotion connoisseurs, recognizing the subtle shades of their feelings.

Empathy in Action:

Comforters: Catch Little  your child offering a hug to a tearful friend. That’s their innate empathy shining through.

Team Player: Sharing toys without a fuss? It’s not just politeness; it’s a sign they’re tuned into the feelings and needs of their playmates.

Effective Communication:

Expressive Maestros: Whether through chatter, drawings, or a well-timed frown, your little communicator knows how to express themselves.

Listener Extraordinaire: Notice them genuinely listening when you talk? That’s their emotional intelligence tuning into your feelings.

Problem-Solving Prowess:

Creative Wizards: Instead of hitting a wall, they brainstorm inventive solutions to problems. It’s like watching a mini Einstein at work.

Bouncing Back Heroes: When setbacks happen, they’re not defeated. They bounce back, armed with resilience and a newfound wisdom.

Social Savvy:

Friendship Architects: Building and maintaining positive friendships? Your child is crafting social bonds and mastering the art of cooperation.

Social Whisperers: Ever notice how they seamlessly adjust their behavior in different social situations? It’s their social intelligence at play.

Independence and Self-Regulation:

Emotion Managers: Witness your child taking deep breaths or asking for a break when things get tough? They’re mastering the delicate dance of self-regulation.

Decision-Making Prowess: Their ability to make thoughtful decisions independently? That’s their emotional compass guiding them.

Curiosity and Open-Mindedness:

Curious Explorers: If they’re curious about emotions and ask questions like, “Why do we feel the way we do?” – that’s them unraveling the emotional mysteries.

Open Hearts: Watch them consider different viewpoints with an open mind. Your child is embracing the diverse tapestry of emotions.

So, there you have it – the heart-to-heart signs that your child is weaving the intricate tapestry of emotional intelligence. It’s not about a checklist; it’s about celebrating these beautiful, authentic moments of connection and growth. As parents, our role is to nurture this emotional bloom, creating a space where their hearts can flourish. In this journey, there are no small victories – every tear shared, every problem solved, and every giggle echoes the heartbeat of emotional intelligence. Cheers to embracing the emotional adventure with our little ones!

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6 Comments on “Intelligence Beyond Books : Emotional Intelligence – checks & whispers.

  1. Supriya, you always inspire us to nurture kids in the best way, love all your books and your posts. Keep us motivated and keep sharing your knowledge.

  2. Nice article, if I want to develop EQ in my child and he doesn’t have these in his personality then are there any tips?

  3. Thanks for this post, Ms. Supriya. Your help in my parenting journey is incredible, these blogs are so helpful in getting insight on many parenting strategies

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