Provide opportunities in
conversation whether it be a mealtime or play or
anytime for your child to share feelings with you.
Let your child know
he/she will not get in trouble for expressing their
Even if they have negative or unpleasant feelings
like anger or sadness let them know it is ok and
they can share those feelings.
Tell your child everyone has emotions/feelings even
if they can’t describe it
Allow a child to “talk out” feelings rather than
“Act out” feelings. Listen and communicate with
your child know how much you love them, how much
they mean, tell them you are alwaysthere to talk
whenever it is!
Also note a helpful web site for children to use
discusses feelings/emotions for kids.
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