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Developing Emotional Intelligence in Children

Emotional development begins very early in life — in infancy, when children first bond with their caregivers — and is not only significant to the formation of the architecture of the brain but has long-term consequences with the emergence of language and social skills. Early emotional intelligence lays the groundwork [ … ]

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How To Survive Your Teenager’s Brain

We all know the story of Romeo and Juliet: Two teenagers fall instantaneously and deeply in love despite their families’ being bitter enemies. Believing themselves to be “star-crossed lovers,” they seize the moment and secretly marry. Eventually they and their best friends die. The theme of the play is [ … ]