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Raising An Emotionally Intelligent Child The Heart of Parenting Paperback – August 12, 1998
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Other self-help books that I've read in the past led me to extreme approaches to try and resolve conflict ("No More Mr Nice Guy"), but this book really got to the core of the disapproving/dismissive environment I was raised in and helped me to realize that being nice is a good thing in conflict situations, and the nice thing to do is to not shutdown feelings (my own or feelings of others) and help emotion coach them during important moments of conflict. There are some really good quotes that helped debunk my own "being nice doesn't get me what I want" delusion, I somehow was equating being nice as enabling others and being walked on but as I read this book I started to see the importance of embracing the feelings of others, no matter how intense they are.
This has been probably the best parenting/marriage/personal development book I've ever read.
Kimberley Clayton Blaine, MA, MFT
Licensed Child Therapist
Author: Mommy Confidence: 8 Easy Steps to Reclaiming Balance, Motivation, and Your Inner Diva