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Behaviour, HSP Issues

Parenting with Sensory Smarts | Family and Friends | SensorySmartParent.com


Often, the parent who spends the most time with the child who has sensory issues is the first to recognize that something is “off.” It can be more difficult for the other parent, or for grandparents or babysitters, to accept that the child’s behavior is truly unusual. Also, many people have difficulty understanding that there can be biological reasons for behavior. They see behavior they don’t like and think, “bad child” and “bad parent.” This can be very emotionally painful for the primary caretaker who “gets” the sensory piece.

via Parenting with Sensory Smarts | Family and Friends | SensorySmartParent.com.

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