Little Talks That Make a Big Difference: Emotional Imprinting - Teaching Empathy Institute
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Little Talks That Make a Big Difference: Emotional Imprinting

Emotional imprinting: A roadmap to understanding ourselves and others

In the first 15 years of our life, we have experiences which create our value system. These values drive our behaviors and are often unconscious. In this episode of the Little Talks series, we examine what emotional imprints are and how they can get in the way of building healthy and productive relationships with other. By identifying our imprints, we can manage our emotions more effectively, especially during times of stress.

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Teaching Empathy Institute’s Little Talks that Make a Big Difference podcasts focus on meeting the social and emotional needs of  students, moving them toward healthy social decision-making and pro-social skills development.