A Message to Parents Who are Highly Sensitive or Have Significant Trauma

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If you are highly sensitive or you grew up in trauma or without secure attachment, you want to be careful not to overcorrect with your kids.

Because you didn't feel supported and regulated, you might feel anxious about your kids not feeling that way with you and so drive it home too hard.

Make sure to give yourself space and time to process your past pains so they don't get in the way of accurately reading your kid's needs.


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