Do you ever wish you could hang a sign on your head that says “Out of Order,”
Just so everyone would leave you alone for five seconds?
Every parent has this experience.
Between managing the household for multiple people,
Keeping dinner on the table,
Making sure everyone’s shoes has a pair,
And trying to find the seconds in between to brush your own teeth,
It’s easy to feel extremely burnt out after a while.
Throw the meltdown cycle in there and you feel like you don’t even have a chance for peace.
But I’m not going to sit here and just talk about how burnt out you are.
That’s what most mommy bloggers do, and they never really get to the point…
Other than reminding you to wash your hair and put on clean socks.
Which I am in favor of!
But I’m even MORE interested in talking about what you can do to fix this problem.
Not only this problem of the pervasive meltdowns…
But this problem where you feel burnt out...
Your HSC’s Imagination and Their Emotions: A Recipe for Disaster..?
So, you know your kid is gifted with a rich imagination.
Instead of just telling your kid that rain makes rainbows, your sensitive kid probably wants to know exactly why that happens…
What purpose it serves…
And how it works.
This is all good and fun, but what happens when their imagination tips to the dark end of the spectrum?
For example, your kid sees a scary commercial advertising a Halloween store opening in your area.
Now they’re afraid of the television…
Or if your kid is a little older, they see a commercial about a medication for a disease.
The next thing you know, they’re obsessed with looking up symptoms of that disease to make sure they don't have it…
Tune in to learn why this is a more serious problem than you think.
For sensitive teens: