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The Highly Sensitive Child Test: The Earlier the Better

Do teachers tell you there’s something about your child’s behaviour they can’t quite put their finger on? Has there been a suggestion to get your child tested for autism, or ADD or ADHD but that path doesn’t quite feel right … Continue reading

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Words of wisdom from Elaine Aron…..Acceptance is key.  Finding a school that allows them to behave naturally is important. Allowing your child to be who they are is essential. Being highly sensitive is an amazing trait and we should nurture it. Don’t you … Continue reading

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Why You and Everyone Else Should Watch the Movie ‘Sensitive – The Untold Story’

1.4 billion people are highly sensitive. That’s the starting point of Sensitive – The Untold Story. And when you put it like that shouldn’t everyone watch this movie? 20% of the world’s population is highly sensitive. Why does it matter? Because … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Inspiring Highly Sensitive Children Through Stories

I asked Leila Boukarim, author of the new book All Too Much for Oliver and founder of My Quiet Adventures, why she  decided to write story books specifically for highly sensitive children. Here’s her answer…… “Our beautiful, highly sensitive son was … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Help A Highly Sensitive Child Flourish in School

If I’d known then what I know now my eldest son’s start in school would have been wildly different. I’m the mother of a highly sensitive child (HSC) and as he grows so does my understanding of what he needs to … Continue reading

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Highly Sensitive Children and Their Deepest Feelings

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Why That Light Bulb Moment is so Important For Your Highly Sensitive Child

My ‘aha’ moment, my light bulb moment, came when my eldest son was around the age of three. His preschool teacher noticed how he watched from the sidelines in school and it took months of preschool before he would join … Continue reading

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