Parent Your Highly Sensitive Child Like A Ninja

Parent Your Highly Sensitive Child Like A Ninja

Hosted by: Megghan Thompson

You are a parent of a Highly Sensitive Child and are ready to gain skills that will help you feel capable and confident disciplining your child or teen while helping them feel understood in a world that says they are...

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76. "I Felt Like the Worst Mother In The World."

Hear how Raina and Marcos supported their 2 HSCs in stopping the daily meltdown cycle, learn how to communicate their emotions safely, and bring back joy in their home, all while homeschooling in a pandemic! If your...
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75. Are the symptoms from ADHD or the meltdown cycle?

What are causing my child's meltdowns or my teen's shutdowns? The highly sensitive personality trait or ADHD? Learn the difference on today's episode and what to do if your HSC also has ADHD. If your child is...
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74. How to Keep Up the Energy and the Perspective it Takes to Be a Ninja Parent of an HSC

Being a parent of a highly sensitive child can be isolating. You try to speak with your friends and family members about the struggle and are only met with their "solutions." On today's episode, I discuss how to keep...
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73. How Can I Help My Kid if They Keep Running Away from Me?

Running away doesn't only look like your child making a break for the front door to hide behind the neighbor's house. It can be hiding in a closest. Sitting at the dinner table and not saying a single word. On today's...
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72. Myth Busting: Suicide, Mental Health, and Developmentally Appropriate Behavior for Highly Sensitive Children

I hear from parents all the time that they think their children will grow out symptoms of depression and anxiety. Instead these symptoms lead to statements like, "I'm the worst kid ever", or worse, threats to harm...
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71. How To Know If Therapy is Actually Helping Your HSC

Having your HSC see a therapist seems like the right thing to do when they are constantly experiencing big emotions. But what if it's actually perpetuating the daily meltdown cycle? How do you know if it's really...
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69. Why Does My Kid Hate Me?

On today's episode, I discuss one of the toughest things for a parent to hear- when your HSC says, "I hate you." It hits parents right in the heart and to help yourself feel better, you'll make excuses for it. I'm...
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68. This Couple Reduced Suicidal Thoughts in their HSC by 90% in 8 Weeks

On today's episode, join me and I speak with Rachel and Ash. They share how they went from 5-6 meltdowns a day with 2 HSC's and reducing suicidal thoughts by more than 90% in 8 weeks! If your child is demonstrating...
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67. What To Do When Your Kid Gets Kicked Out of School?

It's one of parent's biggest fears- your child has been kicked out of school. Or maybe you received another call from the principle today and you know it's going to happen soon. On today's episode, we discuss what's...
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66. When Autism Spectrum Disorder Doesn't Seem to Fit

When Autism Doesn’t Seem to Fit… HSC and/or ASD…Which one is it? On today's episode, I breakdown how the highly sensitive trait and autism can look the same AND the one component that can help parents determine which...
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65. Hygiene Hysteria: How to Get Your HSC to Brush Their Teeth Without A Fight

On today's episode, I discuss why it's such a struggle to get your HSC to brush their teeth, get dressed, take a bath or any of the other hygiene tasks. You can do two things: - Buy new toothbrushes, soaps, or try...
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64: How Should You Expect Your HSC to Handle Uncomfortable Situations?

In today's episode, Megghan discusses supporting your highly sensitive chid or teen in uncomfortable situations.  From a doctor's appointment to visiting a family member in a nursing home, these scenarios may not only...
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