Don't watch helplessly as your children fall victim to negative influences.
When communication breaks down, parents feel helpless and frustrated, and children feel misunderstood, resentful, and alone. Children look for validation and support in the wrong places, and parents watch helplessly as their children fall victim to depression, anxiety, or self-destructive behaviors, such as alcohol, drugs, or pornography.
Emma McAdam from "Therapy in a Nutshell" recommends "Emotion Commotion" as a fun tool to teach emotional intelligence to kids, teens, adults, families, and schools.
Good communication is the result of good emotional intelligence.
The pain I experienced in my own childhood home motivated me to find a way to help parents reconnect with their children. I discovered that good communication is the result of good emotional intelligence (EQ), so I created Emotion Commotion, a fun interactive game for the whole family.
As you play Emotion Commotion you will:
~ Learn to express yourself clearly.
~ Understand better what you and others are feeling.
~ Connect with each other on a deeper level.
Parents are raving about the results - Emotion Commotion changes lives!
What are people saying?
“We were introduced to this game just before Christmas. My kids tried it and liked it, so we purchased it. Admittedly I figured they'd quit liking it after a few tries, but they still regularly ask to play it! The 6 and 8 year old play the most, but even the 16-yr-old joins them sometimes! It makes me so happy hearing them have a larger vocabulary of emotions every time we play! And getting better at expressing the emotions too! It's great because they just think it's fun and don't even realize they are learning! I think every family should have this game in their home!” Hilary
Emotion Commotion is an amazingly unique and fun game for any group setting that you want to grow closer to! I've played it with the creator, Melissa Price, my family and friends. Not only is it fun and challenging but also thought provoking and therapeutic! It's not just for wanting to have fun but to also understand our emotions better. Highly recommended for everyone!
It really is a great game. I took it to girls camp last week, to an extended family vacation in June, and play with my kids frequently. I usually only enjoy competitive games, but this one is different. We feel no need to compete. The experience of playing is so enjoyable, no one feels any need to divide into teams or keep score. This really was a genius idea.
"I love the educational benefit learning about emotions and being assertive expressing them. I can see myself playing this every week!"
Warren (Age 6)
"I liked the game so much it was the first thing I wanted to do when I woke up!"