Episode 262

Many children with big feelings react strongly to situations that seem like no big deal, like when they forget to take a plate away or have to fix one thing on their homework. In those moments, kids get really upset, and they don’t react well when we tell them that it’s no big deal. These sensitive kids often need something different than logic or reason…but what?

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What is beneath “sensitive” children’s big reactions
  • What they really need in that moment in order to calm down 
  • How you can foster resilience in your child in a way that also builds self esteem that lasts


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Your Parenting Long Game Episode 201: Why Children With Big Feelings Act So “Dramatic”
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 212: When Big Emotions Aren’t Loud (And Look Like Worrying, Sensitivity to Criticism, Low Confidence)
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 249: When We Foster Resilience at the Expense of Self-Esteem
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 206: When Your Child’s Upset Seems Completely Illogical

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