Socio-emotional Development

Social-emotional development is the ability to experience, control and express emotions, form secure relationships, and explore, interact and learn from the environment. Early socio-emotional skills are linked with a range of positive outcomes later in life, including mental health, educational attainment, productive employment, and physical health. 

Self regulation

Self-regulation is an ability to manage one’s emotions and behavior, control bodily functions, and maintain attention in accordance with the demands of the situation.

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