The Power of Nature

If there’s one thing that works every time to calm fraying nerves and empty overflowing buckets it’s nature. A walk in a beautiful setting works wonders for most children, but in particular for highly sensitive children because they often have an affinity for nature.

Nature provides peace and quiet. It’s a haven for the senses – think of the sounds of the sea against the shore, the smell of pine trees during a walk through the forest, the fun of spotting deer and birds in the dunes. Or listening to birdsong. Or just watching the clouds.

Nature

Over to you: What natural settings do you have near you? Are your highly sensitive children revitalised by a stroll in nature?

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About Amanda van Mulligen

Mother, writer, author, blogger. I was born in Britain but live in the Netherlands. I have three Dutch sons and a Dutch husband and I blog about Turning Dutch and raising highly sensitive children.
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7 Responses to The Power of Nature

  1. Hannah says:

    Wow! What a stunning photo!

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  2. Merlinda says:

    That bright sunlight is just stunning! I feel cold but felt warm after looking at this photo! Amazing day =) #mysundayphoto

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  3. Coombe Mill says:

    What a beautiful photo, getting outside is really important for little ones, it’s great that you try to do it regularly.

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  4. Kim Carberry says:

    What a lovely photo! It looks such a wonderful place x

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  5. Lovely photo. It’s amazing what beautiful places can be found closeby if you take the time to look. We’re always find new ones!

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  6. darrencoleshill308390132 says:

    This looks a great place to explore and I love the lighting of it

    Thank you for linking up

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  7. Choosing Joy says:

    Reblogged this on choosing joy and commented:
    We just got in from sitting under trees! Pictures later. ❤

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