Emotional Development 7-12

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Taylor Tina Alex and Alexa

 Shapes how they see their self  10: see themselves highly skilled or not  11/12: use personal qualities define themselves  Gender identity  Role Model

      Puberty impacts Hide feelings Age 7  Quite, worry and are sensitive Age 8  Dramatic and more positive Age 9  Self-absorbed and strict Age 10  Happier

 Emotion turns to the wider world  Words to express emotion  Teach children self control  Childhood fears disappear  Teens realize the danger around them

 Preventing emotional problems    Be patient   Self control Anger (changing body) Keep child under control    Limits on behavior Talk through issue Understands complex ideas Avoid taking it personally  Don’t mean what is said  Listen  Give chance to explain what& why  Complaints ≠ lesser consequences

 Teach value of being fit  Need to be able to:     Explain well Have good judgment Be well organized Have good enthusiasm  Goal: real full potential

 Physical, intellectual, social change  Influences: surroundings/ environment  Share bad emotions with friends not parents  Realize can feel more than one feeling  Coping

 Make better bonds  Start becoming independent  Self-regulation  What parents should do  Experience, expression, understanding, and regulation  Coping skills  Advice from peers

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