New findings of researchers are confirming the benefits of some older strategies officially. We have seen parents always trying to pull the feelings out of their child with a fear that a fussy or unhappy thing can severely affect their health and life. And it is the same strategy that has now gained researchers’ support as well for the benefits that it can do to children.
It has become a popular technique today to help a child (experiencing any loss of emotional control) get calm by talking to him and pulling out each and everything from within him since the UCLA researchers have stamped the benefits.
From their recent study, the researchers noted that verbalizing with a child about his current emotional experiences no matter even if negative, it help them get calm and also act as an effective treatment especially for spider phobias.
Ms. Katharina Kircanski, Ph. D., and her colleagues ran an exposure therapy study upon several divided groups of participants, who were instructed to approach a spider for several consecutive days. First group was instructed to express its feelings into words and openly describe their negative emotions, second group was asked to reappraise the entire situation in emotionally neutral words, and third group was made to talk about an unrelated topic whereas the fourth group received no intervention as such.
The first group of participants showed best results by lowering their levels of physiological arousal, researchers found
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