Recognizing emotional states is the key to good communication. You need to know both your own emotional state and the emotional state of others. This would be much easier if people’s emotional states didn’t change all the time!
Have you ever had a terrible morning because your child got upset about something? Perhaps your child felt rushed, could not find the homework she had completed, or didn’t want to go to school. Situations like this can quickly turn downward as the flames flare up.
If you don’t realize that your child is not in a calm state, you can accidentally add more stress. It is particularly easy to ignore or misunderstand your child’s feelings when you are not in a calm state.
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