Kids who do these 12 things have ‘highly sensitive’ brains—

why parenting experts say it’s an ‘advantage’

Without meaning to, parents can have a way of making children feel as if something is wrong with them.

As parenting researchers, we’ve seen this happen often wi

th highly sensitive kids. Many parents see sensitivity as a bad trait — that it makes us look overwhelmed, passive, or even weak — and discourage it with phrases like “Stop crying!” or “Shake it off!”

But psychologists and neuroscientists have found that, in the right environment, kids with highly sensitive brains have rare advantages.

Link to video and article: Kids who do these 12 things have 'highly sensitive' brains—why parenting experts say it's an 'advantage' (cnbc.com)


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