Changing from soccer to an individual sport doesn’t end the meltdown cycle.
If your kid is in a team sport,
And the hustle and bustle, along with the quick pivoting of many teammates is overwhelming…
It’s tempting for you to throw in the towel with that sport.
Try something new.
But you already did that… right?
Especially if your child has after game meltdowns.
Or worse, mid game aggression.
Changing sports based on your child’s emotion is a short-sighted solution.
Watch to find out why.
For Highly Sensitive Teens:
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...
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.
For sensitive teens:
You’ve talked to your sensitive kid or teen about why it’s important to bathe and you still have a stinky kid. What gives?
Your instinct as a parent is to tell your child WHY their body needs to stay clean.
You've read advice like:
“Explain the consequences of not bathing!“
“Just tell them to suck it up!”
Here’s the thing. It’s never logic that holds your kid back from taking action.
Because you’re not addressing the actual problem...
Watch the video to learn how to help your child get past their hygiene meltdown, and click the link to book a call with my team to end the meltdown cycle for good.
Parents of sensitive teens:
You have plans to go on a romantic vacation with your spouse for the first time in years.
Your marriage needs this.
When was the last time you REALLY connected, with zero distractions?
You try to get away… you’re at dinner, your phone rings… and it’s your kid. Again.
They are hysterical because Nana doesn’t know the password to the iPad.
This is the third time they have called in the last hour.
You say, “Why did I even bother?”
…What do you do?
If this sounds familiar, what if I told you there was an option that didn’t rely on survival-mode parenting?
You need a system, support, accountability, and a plan.
Join me LIVE to learn how to stop your HSC from melting down when you have to leave town.
If you're ready to break this down with clear, evidenced based playful strategies to create a system that has worked...