Emotional intelligence is a skill that can be taught, and experts believe parents can help their children’s emotional development. Photo: Alamy

EQ vs IQ: why emotional intelligence is more important than intellect, and how to nurture it in your children

Emotional skills are a better predictor of success in life than intelligence. Psychologists says parents need to know how their children’s brains work to help them reach their full potential

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Emotional intelligence is a skill that can be taught, and experts believe parents can help their children’s emotional development. Photo: Alamy
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Ritu Hemnani

Ritu Hemnani

Ritu is a Hong Kong-based author, teacher and voice actor whose articles have appeared in the South China Morning Post, The Asian Literary Review and Reader's Digest. Ritu is a writing Ambassador for the Home of Loving Faithfulness and serves on the judging committee for the Kids4Kids annual 'My Story Creation' writing competition.