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You know how the conversation goes...

You: How was your day?
Teen: OK.
You: Anything exciting happen?
Teen: No.
You: Do you want something to eat?
Teen: Sure.

Ugh! it's like pulling teeth to get your teen to give up the goods. So try these conversation starters to get your "non-talkers" to take a little internal inventory and start to assess and develop some emotional intelligence. It is, after all, a huge part of a person's complete "intelligence picture". In fact, experts say emotional intelligence accounts for 75% of the skills that provide for a successful, fulfilling life.

3 Conversation Starters

College professors agree, these are the most important emotional intelligence competencies for incoming freshman. Want to know what they said? Find out...

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They claim they're stressed...

and now research supports their claim!

What's causing the stress and how can it be managed? Find out how these "stress beaters" can help develop emotional intelligence too!

5 Ways to Beat Stress

Do you have a teenager heading off to college soon?

Underdeveloped emotional intelligence is a big reason why college freshmen experience such difficulty.

College is a time of greatly increased independence, pressure, and responsibility — it's also a lot of fun. Give your son or daughter a better shot at success by helping them develop their emotional intelligence.

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