The Empathic Parent s Guide to Raising a Highly Sensitive Child
- Author : Freeda Meighan
- Publisher : Unknown
- File Size : 45,7 Mb
- Release : 14 February 2020
- ISBN : 9798614031671
- Page : 86 pages
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Have other people called your child 'too sensitive'? Do you have children who cry too easily or have too many particular demands? Have you felt at a loss on how to confront your child who may be too emotional and flies off into tantrums easily? Your child may be a highly sensitive child. High sensitivity is a personality trait that may not be common but exists in 15 to 20 percent of our population. They are ordinary people, but highly sensitive people may just have some particular needs not shared by everyone. Having a highly sensitive child may be challenging for parents and many have searched for resources on how to take care of them. This book is a product of my own experience of taking care of a highly sensitive child. Hopefully, the insights I have gathered from my personal experience with HSC may also help other parents in taking better care of their highly sensitive children. In this book, you will learn: What a highly sensitive child is and what causes such a personality trait Ways on disciplining a highly sensitive child Proper attitude and approaches to adopt when caring for a highly sensitive child Issues that may hound a highly sensitive child in their adulthood Get this book and you will never look at your child in the same way again. You will learn to appreciate the giftedness of your child's sensitivity and even be thankful you had one. May your parenting problems find confidence in this book dedicated to the creativity of highly sensitive children.