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What are the seven emotional strengths I should encourage in my child?

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Happiness, independence, resiliency, compassion, playfulness, delayed gratification, and spirituality are seven emotional strengths good parenting develop in a child. Watch this video with Dr. Mike Roizen and Dr. Ellen Rome to learn the importance of all these characteristics.

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