Recent studies show that children’s emotional experience that fill emotions log is richer. These children also suffer from less emotional disorders and respond in more regulated way to a wide variety of events. In addition, identification prideful actions, which the child fills in the log, reinforces the sense of capability and enhances the child’s sense of optimism, self-confidence and trust. Ask the children what they feel at the present moment and helped them complete the face depending on the feeling that they are experiencing. If the child is having trouble, you can use the emotions dictionary to find the emotion suitable for the moment. Further, ask them about their day and asked them to sort it into something good that happened to them, something bad and something neutral. If your child is having trouble finding one experiences, ask him to make up this experience. It is equally interesting to hear the children on their fantasies and talk to them about the wishes and fears that accompany them. At the end helped them find an act which they are proud, encourage them on this act and you can expand and tell them about an act they done that made you feel proud of them. In addition, you can share with your child your daily experiences and share your feelings.