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8 Things My Highly Sensitive Son Has Taught Me

More importantly I started accepting me for who I am instead of thinking I need to change to fit in with things that have never felt comfortable to me – a society geared towards extroverts. It’s an important lesson to carry with me. Here are eight more things I have learnt from my incredible little HSC. Continue reading

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The Very Inspiring Blogger Award and Nominations

Amidst all the festivities of the last few weeks it was nice to see my name  and this blog included in a list for The Very Inspiring Blogger Award over on Sensitive and Extraordinary Kids. A huge thank you to … Continue reading

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2015: Time for the Snow to Settle

2015 will bring about a huge change for me as a mother. October is the month that Mr O, the baby of our family (although, as he keeps reminding me in a stern voice, he’s not a baby), will turn four … Continue reading

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Lessons from a Highly Sensitive Mother: Empty Your Bucket

Leila of Sensitive and Extraordinary Kids asked me to write a guest post for her wonderful blog a few months back and the post I wrote is one I think of often. It’s a post that reminds me to take my … Continue reading

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