A child’s emotional development

Filed under: Emotional Development - 23 Nov 2009  | Spread the word !

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When we are growing up there is more to life than just physical development for children because emotional development is a key foundation for healthy growth in all people. As a child we learn to play and interact with others, both other children and adults which is one of the ways our emotions are developed into what we require to be social in all respects of adulthood. Emotional development is very universal all over the world for children because everyone needs to be able to interact with others and be able to tell the difference between good times and bad. A well developed emotional stable child will be able to deal with the regular trauma of life better than a child that is not in touch with their emotions.

Some parents take their child’s development to the highest shelf by starting before birth in the womb. Classical music and storytelling with a calm and peaceful voice is one way of helping the fetus to develop from the earliest possible moment. It is also said that keeping the mother relaxed will also benefit the child’s growth. The important thing to remember is to let the child know they are loved and a part of the family so that their emotions are healthy and noticeable.

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