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You’ve got to let go of what didn’t work out. Let go of the hurts and pain. Let go of your disappointments, your failures. You can’t do anything about the past, but you can do something about right now. – Joel Osteen

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Emotional education is probably as…or maybe even more important than academic education but academic education does, most definitely, matter

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So true. Worked with a brilliant man with ZERO people skills. Should have gone into research.

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How do we achieve that? A child’s mind sometimes cannot comprehend the complexity of emotions.

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This is is true, But it sounds like reasoning to not aim for the other academic skills. (Bilingual home)

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Not true, intelligence such as advanced math, multi-lingual, and other educational classes are much easier to learn young. Children learn as they age how to handle their emotions, deal with stress, and work out conflicts.

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This is why children have parents. It’s the parents job to teach emotional stability. Unfortunately, many parents these days don’t know how to parent. Emotional stability is not expected until late teen years, until then, it’s up to the adults to support and teach our children.

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If a child can speak 3 languages, get great grades and do advanced math, they’ve already mastered those other things.

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Emotional intelligence and logic are 2 different things and 2 different areas of the brain… Both should be nurtured, not either or.

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This is just like anything else… every one has their good and bad. We are all not wired the same for good reason

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This is an extreme example and I think in most cases are on the ausberger spectrum or genius spectrum. And best news is people can learn social skills and people like this tend to have a harder time learner these skills like multiple languages and complex math is harder for the rest of us.

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No child of any ability is born with coping mechanisms automatically installed. It’s important to every child to learn them. This is a bit derogatory towards gifted children and I would say the same thing if it was said about any other child.

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…and I’d be examining my part in that if I were their parent…

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Yeah…. because most of the top earners in the US have such amazing personal relationships. 😂🙄

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There are some brilliant/gifted kids out there who have other disabilities that make it hard for them to manage their emotions. My son is one of them and he works extremely hard everyday to overcome his “disabilities”

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Every teen needs a good therapist that they can relate to!! So imperative!

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This is so true, if you have a child with special needs this would resonate with you.

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I think/hope the point of this is that too often adults measure the academic accomplishments as the only proof of their success as parents while neglecting their children’s emotions and emotional skills, which are massively important for functioning in the world, too. I don’t think it was intended to say smarts aren’t important or to dismiss autistic kids, but more as a reminder to parents that push academics to the point of leading their kids toward breakdowns that coping skills and emotions need to be dealt with too.

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Emotional education is as important as an academic one is.

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Teach, listen without interrupting, help and love. Everyone needs this, most specially your child. Smile.

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I suppose I get the idea behind it but it kind of comes off cruel to those that struggle with the non academic parts and may never be able to learn those behaviors

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It’s so true. Common sense, morality, integrity, kindness, compassion…etc…they are so much more important than anything else.

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This quote is apt for an adult who flaunt their pride or ego thinking they know everything in every walk of life just bcoz they r highly educated but lack emotional maturity and poor in handling family or relationships . It’s too much to expect out of a child . A child is meant to be as they are , innocent , happy , playful, learn and grow …

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Before you all jump on the “blame the parents” bandwagon or the autism one (both very good reasons for poor emotional behavior, etc in young adults/adults) I have two things to say: #1 The quote that started all this is one person’s opinion. NOT fact. #2 Children can learn academics at a very, very young age but emotional and relational development are totally different and come later in “childhood”… often into their 20s before they have a chance of being emotionally stable. So no, a young book smart child isn’t going to be emotionally mature anyway! Learn about the stages… Read more »

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Nope. I know many people who are very socially awkward but still manage to have friends and be able to get along. Not all people are the same, not all education is the same, not all lives are lived the same.