Everybody has bad days. Teaching children at a young age how to express and cope with what they are feeling can help them improve their social-emotional skills, grow their relationships with others, and set them up for success later in life.
One of the key ways children learn and grow is through interactions with other people. They develop an understanding of themselves, other people, and the world at large by observing, interacting, and engaging. This area of growth is known as social-emotional learning, and it is very important to start developing it at an early age.