Does your child often experience meltdowns or have trouble with highly stimulating environments? Or maybe they are highly intuitive and empathetic? These traits could all be signs that your child is highly sensitive.
While being highly sensitive is a personality trait rather than a psychological disorder, your child may develop other disorders, such as anxiety or depression, more easily.
Luckily, you can help guide them through their feelings once you understand what they are experiencing. You are not alone: 15–20% of children are highly sensitive, with many being misunderstood as simply fussy or introverted.
Katherine Guzman is an authority on the subject after raising a highly sensitive child. Through years of learning about this strong personality trait, they are ready to share their knowledge with you.
Katherine has the answers you need, as a parent who is enthusiastic about learning how to effectively raise mentally strong and healthy children.
You and your child can learn to expertly manage your child’s meltdowns and other unusual feelings.