Emotional regulation builds resilience

Resilience and emotional regulation in children Emerging literature in the resilience research has a particular focus on encouraging children to adopt strategies that facilitate emotional regulation. Each child’s ability to monitor and regulate their emotions is unique and is indicative of their personal intrinsic ability to adopt self-regulatory mechanisms and apply them to create solutions. So when children are feeling emotions such as sadness, frustration and anger, it can be useful to observe what techniques children use to firstly manage their emotions and also what strategies they apply to solve the problem. Now, children are not immediate experts with self- regulation
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