BonBon Break: Helping My Highly Sensitive Children Carry Their Emotions

BonBon Break, the online magazine just for mothers like us, has focused on the theme of filling your bucket this month. “Buckets?” I hear you cry, “but you love buckets Amanda!”

Bonbon Break

Indeed I do, and when I saw the call for posts on the theme I quickly got to work.  And I am delighted to say that BonBon Break liked my family’s story too and has chosen to share my essay about the role buckets play in my highly sensitive family.

Giving a bucket to my eldest son when he was four was a huge breakthrough moment for our family. Buckets have probably been the number one most successful tool to help with emotions in our home over the last four years – hop over to BonBon Break to find out why.

And whilst you are there take a peek at some other great #FillYourBucket themed posts:

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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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11 Responses to BonBon Break: Helping My Highly Sensitive Children Carry Their Emotions

  1. Beautiful post Amanda! And congratulations on getting your story featured over there!

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