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Difficult behaviours may result from emotional dysregulation, such as tantrum and withdrawal. Mastering the ability to control emotions needs ongoing practice and starting in early development is the better way to approach it.
The frontal region of the brain, along with other deep structures of the brain, are very important in emotional regulation.
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Articles About Emotional Regulation
Classroom Tantrums: 6 Prevention Strategies
There are ways to prevent the emotional outbursts from happening. Here are 6 tips to avoid classroom tantrums:
5 Reasons Why Children Should Rate Their Emotions
Emotion is an important part of a child’s development, especially when the child is having problems expressing what they feel. To teach them the concept of emotion, you …
6 Signs of Child Depression
According to researchers in Washington University School of Medicine, children can have similar depressive symptoms found in adults, up to the severity of them. It is important to know the signs of depression so that …