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  1. Understanding emotions with feeling words

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    A child’s feelings like our own are their feedback mechanism that helps them to have emotional awareness.  Understand feelings is a major step to connecting to our needs and wants which is key to leading happier more fulfilling lives. Help your child (at their level) to build their emotional bank account by becoming familiar with these common feeling words and talking about them in everyday conversations.

    Download the tip sheet here

                

               Fear            

        Unhappy      

           Happy        

          Angry           

    Uneasy

    Lonely

    Pride

    Annoyed

    Worried

    Unwanted

    Happiness

    Bitter

    Trapped

    Weak

    Calm

    Cross

    Shy

    Worthless

    Grateful

    Livid

    Timid

    Rejected

    Hope

    Revengeful

    Anxiety

    Lost

    Peace

    Judgmental

    Suspicious

    Hurt

    Joy

    Rage

    Restless

    Disappointed

    Love

    Impatient

    Shock

    Despair

    Playful

    Humiliated

    Suspicious

    Depressed

    Satisfied

    Judgemental

    Nervous

    Discouraged

    Delighted

    Disgusted

    Obsessed

    Empty

    Compassion

    Snappy

    Insecure

    Grief

    Generous

    Resentment

    Guilt

    Lost

    Powerful

    Furious

    Jealous

    Hopeless

    Enthusiastic

    Agitated

    Indecision

    Regret

    Excited

    Completive

    Angst

    Rejected

    Bliss

    Exasperated

    Panic

    Sorrow

    Inspired

    Frustrated

    Overwhelm

    Shame

    Forgiving

    Contempt

    Frantic

    Remorse

    Devoted

    Defensive

    Hesitant

    Unimportant

    Confident

    Distain

    Desperate

    Sad

    Empathy

    Bad-tempered

    Embarrassed

    Abandoned

    Satisfied

    Grumpy

    Have you asked your child how they feel today?

    Print out this tip sheet here

  2. Develop and Growth Mindset & help yourself succeed

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    Sometimes, we can get stuck in negative ways of thinking that really closes our mind to options that with help us to grow and succeed in what we want.

    A growth mindset is the opposite to a closed mindset and is absolutely key to help to reach personal goals, satisfaction and success in life.

    As a parent we need a growth mindset for our self fullfilment and to be able to manage stresses and challenges that everyone has from time to time.

    Here are some really positive growth mindset phrases that will help to keep your mind focussed on success

    and teach your children to look for strategies that will give them more chance of success in life.

    You are welcome to print this tip sheet below.

     

    Develop a Growth Mindset

    Mistakes help me learn

    I will try a different strategy

    I am always improving

    My attitude makes a difference

    I will train myself

    I can do it

    My effort makes a difference

    I will explore my options

    I am learning

    I like a challenge

    I will think what I can do

    It wiull become clearer

    I am more aware today

    I will make an adjustment

    It's good to try

    I can choose another option

    I will expect myself to do my best

    Download the printable version here

     

    Good luck!