Hello i have a 7 year old boy that is very highly sensitive. I am so happy to find more information about highly sensitive children. Most of the time our own child was at home with a sitter. I read about Olde Salty on my Yahoo homepage. I definitely should not have gotten into that position in the first place, however what do you do when you get in situations like the above where children continue to do harmful or dangerous things even after being told not to do so? She models taking responsibility.
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Advertisements I'm going to ignore the troll-esque elements and try to stick with something constructive. What a hard evening, for all of you. If you want to learn how I can help you checkout my website: I will not let you hit me. We frequently comfort and use lots of hugs and discussion but I honestly wonder sometimes if we're just teaching them to avoid confronting fears and therefore life in general? Later, when he had calmed down, you could have talked about it, and practiced appropriate voices to use even when upset. I have to admit that a sensitive, but empathetic child is easy to be patient with.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. We try not to raise our voice -- give guidance and choices rather than discipline not even a time out because even a stern look is more than enough to get the point across. She is shy with strangers and takes a bit to warm up, though, and is sensitive still around loud noises I dont know what else to do. I would like to find other highly sensitive boys for him to play with - boys his own age. You simply don't have the same relationship with the child. I came into fatherhood with a 2 year old boy looking for a father figure in his life.
I for one think that if you cannot control your child My family and i have been viewing comments about the screaming children. So maybe this is just a part of discipline that us 21st century parents need to get with? Living With a Know-It-All. Thank you so much for this article!