When children are showing us challenging behaviours, what they are really asking for is our help, and we can help them through more connection and love (rather than disconnection and punishment). The trouble is trying to remember this in the heat of the moment!
Empaths feel everything SO deeply, they naturally connect in and take on the feelings of other beings. So being in crowded places can be really confusing, overwhelming and often leaves them feeling chaotic and ungrounded. So how do you know if it’s bad behaviour or if your child is really sensitive?
Rather than ‘attention seeking,’ let’s try looking at the witching hour through a different lens.
It’s the most heart breaking thing when you have to leave for work or drop your child at daycare/ school and they don’t want to say goodbye. Here’s 3 tips to help.
When you’re feeling flat and can’t seem to shake it... When you’re feeling low, despondent, down. Everything suddenly seems way too hard. And you’re asking yourself, “what is the point?” Here’s an uplifting reminder and practical tools to help.
This is what I call the new generation of children coming through. These children tend to be more sensitive, strong willed, intuitive, and empathic than appeared in the past.
If you connect with your children because you should or because of self judgement or guilt, you will start feeling resentful / impatient/ angry towards your children about the time you spend with them.
The truth is if we can’t be present with ourselves, we can’t be present with our children.
When you feel triggered by your child’s behaviour it normally means that a part of YOU is needing to heal and your child’s behaviour is poking at that subconscious wound.