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There are children who, for virtually every little thing, start to run, whine or collapse. Although this can be very upsetting, you are far from doing just to get your attention!

However, according to experts, this may be accompanied by emotional alertness. "This is actually a personal mark that comes along with children feel more and more physical and mental pain"he explains Jeremy Schneider American family therapist. "This sensibility is an innate trait that parents do not take for a long time. Usually, it is only at the age of 5-6 that the child is more sensitive to his or her parents."Some small children simply react more sensitively to the world Schneider says that hot kids don't grow this property, learn how to deal with their reactionsthat is, they simply become stronger. Here are some practical tips to help your child!

Empathy is paramount

We may find it tiny, downright stupid, which can make our kid go crazy, but it can be a serious problem for him. Our first instinctive reaction may easily be to say, say, don't yell, don't piss. According to experts, this can only make things worse, especially if the child hears that we are angry or frustrated. "If we try to 'disassociate' our child from one of the senses, he or she will only hold on to it, make himself or herself worse, and even more difficult to get rid of these feelings." Elinor Bashe gyermekpszicholуgus. "It's very important that we listen to the child, accept his senses, even if they don't seem too logical." Now, let's try to steer the solution: "Are you afraid to put your foot in it? What kind of patch should we put on it?

Help me name our feelings!

Sensitive children begin to cry lightly, regardless of how intense they feel. We can help them a lot by naming their feelings: anger, disappointment, sickness. And awareness of feelings will soon be able to replace whine and whine, "says dr. Basha.

Stay tuned!

Kids ages 5-6 love to gather information and know more about the world and can take advantage of it. For example, if your child is afraid of something, provide them with more information. And along with the information, give him a choice, giving him power.

Solve the Problems!

Unfortunately, sensitive children often lose sight of the problems that are important to them, and when they are overly stressed and nervous, they cannot concentrate on solving them. We can take over this guided role: let's look for a solution to our problems first, but don't try to solve everything for the child! (Via)Also worth reading: