If your child is struggling to cope with their emotions, they might have difficulty focusing or following the rules in school. It might be extremely hard for them to get along with others, including their classmates and teachers. You might wonder if your child’s behavior will ever change.
Your child might also lash out at you, especially when you try to assert healthy rules and boundaries. Whether you’re asking them to do their homework or brush their teeth, they might respond with tantrums and meltdowns. Every day might feel like a battle.
Maybe you’ve sought help in the past, and your child has been diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder (DMDD), an anxiety disorder or something else. Perhaps you’ve tried every treatment and parenting technique you can think of, but nothing has truly helped. Your child might still seem lonely, vulnerable and lost.
Do you wish you could help your child discover the strength in their sensitivity, while also offering them the tools to navigate their world? Do you want to learn new parenting strategies to help your child manage difficult emotions, connect with others and move forward with happiness, confidence and peace?