A highly-sensitive child needs a different parenting approach than others.
Parenting requires a customized approach – knowing your child is key. Research says that up to 20% of children fit in a category that we’re just starting to crack the code on. Parents think they’re dealing with a behavior problem when they’re actually dealing with a high-sensitive child.
Pediatric Psychologist Dr. Anne-Louise Lockhart shares advice on how to identify and navigate this dynamic. There are certain characteristics you will notice in a highly-sensitive child, and Dr. Lockhart shares what to look for. She also offers solutions for how to parent this personality type in kids.
Find more advice from Dr. Lockhart at www.anewdaysa.com.