Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Is Childhood Behavior Linked to Adult Success? Gorilla Thumps & Bear Hugs! A Tapping Solution Children’s Story...

I ran across a research study featured on CNN's website that linked children's behavior in kindergarten to adult success.

The new study, featured in the American Journal of Public Health, followed 800 children from kindergarten through their mid-20s in a comprehensive 20-year examination.

The study found that children who were helpful, cooperative, good listeners, and thoughtful towards conflict resolution were statistically more likely to have graduated college and have a full-time job at age 25.

Those who had problems in the above areas were less likely to have finished high school and college, more likely to have substance abuse problems, and even have more run-ins with the law.

What really blew me away was when I read,
"Researchers knew the importance of social and emotional competency in a child's development, but didn't quite expect to find as strong a correlation between those skills and a child's long-term well-being.".. Read More>>>