Why start developing emotional intelligence from age 1

When we have a baby, we talk with him or her from their birth, explain various sounds of animals, and introduce them to the outside world. The same thing with emotions. We introduce to the children that there are different feelings and emotions which we notice in ourselves, in other people and we should remember how they can manifest themselves.
With “First Emotions” the child will learn to recognize, understand and accept emotions of other people and their own, as well as to manage them
We name the emotions of the child, our own emotions, other people, characters in cartoons, and in fairy tales. Thus, showing the children that the world is full of different conditions. This is normal. We also teach ourselves to pay attention to emotions, notice, and call them as well as allow us to experience them.
Therefore, from the 1-year children begin to form emotional intelligence. We call emotions, show how they manifest, and play different games which result in developing sensitivity in children. The more we play, talk about emotions, the more experienced children will feel, understand themselves and the people around them.
Between the ages of 24 and 36 months, your child goes through an important stage of emotional development. She/he learns about feelings and becomes more attentive to the feelings of others. Sometimes the baby’s emotions are off the charts, which can scare him. Toddlers sometimes experience more emotions than they can handle or handle, and this sometimes results in tantrums, or even biting or fighting. This happens to most children at some point, and the main thing for you is peace of mind.
Overreacting can make children anxious, so try to avoid big emotional outbursts: explaining your own emotions can be a good way to calm yourself down and get a rational perspective on the situation.
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