Rewriting Our Family’s Story: Savannah & Alan


If it feels like your HSC is down in the dumps more than the average kid,

You’ll want to hear this.

You are not alone.

Our client Savannah knows exactly how that feels, and that feeling was HARD to work through.

Savannah’s story is common for parents who are stuck in the meltdown cycle.

She wanted to be a mom for such a long time,

And the fact that her child seemed melancholy SO often was disheartening.

She describes her HSC as feeling upset and on edge constantly,

Crying often,

And even stated that there was a lack of connection.

She felt like no matter how much her and Alan tried, 

They could not meet their HSC’s needs.

She also felt like she could not help her child in the midst of a meltdown.

And that was really discouraging.

In Savannah’s words, “I felt helpless. I was failing myself and my daughter.”

So how did this family break out of the meltdown cycle with MTC’s help?

Tune in to hear Savannah’s story.


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Eating Habits: My Sensitive Kid Keeps Under/Over Eating


As a parent, you wear a million hats, but there’s really only one that is essential.

Keep your kid healthy - in a literal sense.

Feed them.

Today I’m going to talk about how your child’s eating habits play a role in the meltdown cycle if your child is also suffering from daily meltdowns. 

First, some housekeeping. 

I’m not a dietician. 

I have no formal educational background in nutrition.

I don’t claim to know what the best thing to feed your child is, 

And I also am not qualified to give you information on what to feed them,

or how to help them with measuring their food intake. 

(This is why we have an OT parent consultant on our team.)

What I am qualified to teach you is how eating habits can play a role in the meltdown cycle. 

Want to know how? Tune in to find out.


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Should You Teach Your HSC Not to Care What People Think?


Opinions are like armpits. 

Everyone has them, but we only think that each others’ stink.

Has anyone ever made you feel like your Highly Sensitive child is TOO rambunctious?

Maybe your kid gets too hyper and accidentally breaks their iPad.

Or maybe they start running around and screaming at 10pm and won’t stop.

Having a child that is bursting with joy occasionally is normal,

But if your HSC can’t make a playdate because they are know as a tornado of destruction,

That isn’t going to make them feel good.

It’s hard enough feeling different from other kids.

But to be told you are TOO MUCH makes you want to shrink into the smallest person possible.

And you see your HSC has a gift of BIG joy that is a little too big to contain…

Why can’t others see that?


Tune in LIVE to hear what to do when your HSC feels like “too much,”

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