How to Prepare your HSC for BAD News

 

If you are staying up past midnight googling “how to tell my kid bad news without them freaking out on me or hating me,” 

This message is for you.

It’s hard enough helping your HSC navigate changes in plans or new circumstances.

How can you possibly prepare them to hear unexpected bad news?!

You can’t control when their favorite teacher quits, or their best friend moves away...

Or being around your aunt who complains about everything and casually brings up devastating news in front of the children...

Or your niece who lost their hamster and won’t stop talking about it…

How can you say “your cousin might be sad today because Spot died” without causing your HSC to meltdown? 

It’s normal to be sad when a pet or loved one passes away, but fearing the meltdown from your HSC is another story.

Tune in while I discuss how to prepare your HSC for surprised BAD news.

https://www.megghanthompsoncoaching.com/talk 

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Is it hormones or is my kid Highly Sensitive?

 

As your child grows into a teenager, how do you really feel about it?

No shame here. We were all teenagers once, and it’s safe to say that NONE of us would go back in time to live through puberty again...

Be honest.

Are you holding your breath because you can’t imagine adding hormones on top of mood swings? Or adding their physical appearance on top of the list of preexisting worries?

And the peer pressure… learning how to be yourself and fit in at the same time…

When they already didn’t feel like they fit in…

Watch the video above as I knock out the phrase "It's just hormones, they'll grow out of it!"

Because it's not just hormones, and they won’t grow out of it. It's something else.

https://www.megghanthompsoncoaching.com/talk 

For sensitive teens:

https://www.megghanthompsoncoaching.com/teentalk 

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Case of the Mondays Myth Busting

 

It’s like that song Manic Monday, except it sounds more like   “....Actually everyday is like this...And I don’t know why my kid is miserable!”   

When your child won’t wake up on time and the meltdown starts before they even open their eyes all the way, dread sits in the back of your throat while you sleep. You can't help but think:

"Tomorrow morning is going to be another s*** show."

Take our client Diana. After 3 years of dealing with major meltdowns, she was worried that her relationship with her HSC (3rd grade) would not survive into adulthood.

Watch LIVE while I bust some myths about meltdowns and what you need to focus on in 3 steps. (Spoiler: it’s not a sleep routine!)

For sensitive children:

https://www.megghanthompsoncoaching.com/talk

For sensitive teens:

https://www.megghanthompsoncoaching.com/teen-talk

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What To Do When Your HSC Has an Obsession

 

I am declaring war on your Sensitive child’s obsession, because you don’t feel like you can...

I understand why you don’t feel up to that battle. Playing the same song over and over again might stop the emotional eruption, right?

But there is more to your kid wearing the same stinky shoes with holes in the balls of the feet when they have BRAND new ones,

Or spending another family outing with their face buried in their screen...

It’s not about being obsessed.

Let’s break it down so you can create your own reality by changing this pattern at the root.

Tune in as I dissect the Do’s and Don’t in handling your sensitive child’s obsessions.

Book a call with my team: https://www.megghanthompsoncoaching.com/talk

For Sensitive Teens: https://www.megghanthompsoncoaching.com/teentalk 

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