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As adults, we can usually identify how we are feeling and can self-regulate enough to handle our emotions. For children this kind of emotional intelligence can be tricky, but the good news is that this is a skill that can be developed and practised. Below are links to various websites and resources which will help you and your child to identify their feelings and give some techniques to help:


Anna Freud Centre - Emotion Wheel

BBC Bitesize – How can you cope with feeling angry

Canadian Centre for Child Protection – Big Feelings Come and Go

Child Bereavement UK - Supporting children after a frightening event

NHS - Talking to Children About Feelings

Young Minds - Supporting your child with anger