Social and Emotional Learning programs are institutionalized interventions promoting an holistic development of children. One of their goals is to enable children to have strong knowledge and regulation of their emotions and social abilities and use them in everyday situations, including in schools and at home.
I find it hard at school... My stress level is continuously increasing... As well as my financial restrictions...
I would prefer playing cards...
The father offers financial support, part of social support.
Are you serious? I don't know what to say... Thanks! This is so nice!
You know that I am here for you, to help you financially! Right?
Dad uses this reaction as a teachable moment.
Oh! I will!
That kind of reaction that your sister is having, that is exactly why we want you to be able to explain your emotions and experience them in an healthy way!
Oh, I don't doubt it! You already have better emotional regulation than me!
As the oldest sister express her emotions and how she feels to her family, she seeks emotional and social support.
The oldest sister is overwhelmed by her emotions, because it means a lot to her to have his support. Although, she does not know how to express it with words.
The young sister is developing her emotional and intellectual cognition and social abilities. Her dad tries to demonstrate that some reactions are maladaptive and can be unhealthy.