The One Skill That Can Predict Childhood Success Well Into Adulthood

There's a skill out there more important than reading or math. By the time a child is six-years-old, this skill predicts their health, wealth and love well into adulthood. 

Unfortunately, a lack of this skill can make it hard to maintain friendships, create tension with school systems and add unwanted parent stress.

Written By: Jason Kahn, PHD
Chief Scientific Officer 

"Most parents seek out expensive specialists to help their children learn emotional skills... There are other options." 

This skill is called emotional regulation...

Emotional regulation is the ability to not act impulsively. It's the ability to take on the challenge and gracefully deal with life's ups and downs. Emotional regulation is learn able...

But what I want to do is think about how kids learn emotional regulation. 

In 12 weeks the Mightier program reduced: Child Outbursts by 62%, Oppositional behavior by 40%, and Parental stress by 19%.

Kids who struggle do get support and it often comes from specialists and they're very, very good at their jobs. 

But these methods can be expensive, require flexible health insurance and are hard to replicate. They’re done one-on-one, they take lots of time and don’t always meet kids at their level of learning.

Any busy parent knows the struggle of negotiating with a child to make appointments or practice exercises prescribed by those specialists. Sometimes just getting in the car can be a struggle.

What if instead, we could teach children emotional regulation while they are doing something they already enjoy? Something that takes very little effort to make them do consistently without leaving the comfort of their home?

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The team at Mightier was tasked to build a tool for this exact problem... 

A way to teach kids emotional regulation by meeting them exactly where they like to learn, didn't require a ton of time or add any unwanted parent stress.

What we realized is that games could be a powerful tool for teaching emotional regulation.

Games are great... They give our children space to learn and explore and play. They take in the world, they build meaning for themselves...

But, It's up to us what type of learning happens in the game, whether it's good or bad. And we chose to build these games not only to help children learn the life long skill of emotional control but to make screen use productive without removing the fun.

A Different Approach...

As Told By:
Chief Scientific Officer, Mightier

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With our partners at Boston Children’s Hospital & Harvard Medical School, we have proven the results of our 12-week program.
Our twelve week program reduced:
Child Outbursts 
Oppositional behavior
Parental Stress
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