Excerpts from: Marietta, GA September 13, 2012 Easy breathing encourages your child to slow down, relax, and fall asleep peacefully. This type of belly breathing is when air enters the lungs and the belly expands. According to Wikipedia to breathe with the diaphragm, one must draw air into the lungs in a way which will … Continue reading
Stress Free Kids® founder Lori Lite has created a line of books and CDs designed to help children, teens, and adults decrease stress, anxiety, and anger. via Stress Free Kids CD’s, Books & DVD’s | Sensory Store Canada.
Reblogged from How Aromatherapy Relieves Anxiety, Depression and Stress | Suite101.com. How Aromatherapy Relieves Anxiety, Depression and Stress Aug 21, 2010 Kate Le Page Aromatherapy Massage Helps Relieve Stress – eggybird1 Aromatherapy Massage Helps Relieve Stress – eggybird1 Aromatherapy essential oils help relieve anxiety, depression and stress through helping the mind and body to relax … Continue reading
The article ‘Orchid children’ bloom, wither in response to surroundings, explains how, according to Doctor Ellis, Highly Sensitive Children, or Orchid children, are different in that are predisposed to be more susceptible to their environments. While this may seem to be a disadvantage, many are starting to understand that these sensitivities mean that these children … Continue reading
(re-blogged) Like many writers, I struggle with trying to fit my writing around this thing that occupies rather a lot of my time. It’s called a full-time job. Don’t get me wrong, it’s quite a handy thing to have around at times, especially for things like paying the bills and buying food. But it can … Continue reading
The Highly Sensitive Person: Stress and Physical Symptom Reports (Grant Benham) – Academia.edu.
How To Deal With Stress As A Highly Sensitive Person | LIVESTRONG.COM. (re-blogged) The term “highly sensitive people” was first coined by Elaine Aron, Ph.D., in 1996. It affects anywhere from 10 to 20 percent of the population and describes those who process information more deeply than most people do. The nervous systems of highly … Continue reading
With support, ‘orchid’ children’s stress can bloom into strength | Stanford University School of Education. (RE-BLOGGED) ‘Orchid’ children’s stress can bloom into strength with support, says Obradović Vulnerability to behaviour and learning problems boosts potential with the right kind of care and attention, study finds They are called “orchid children,” highly sensitive youngsters who are … Continue reading
Preventing Toxic Stress in Children – Jack P. Shonkoff – Project Syndicate. (re-blogged) Cambridge – What if political leaders around the world could improve school achievement and job readiness, reduce crime, and extend healthy life expectancy – but the results would not be seen until after they left public office? Would they have the political … Continue reading
Working Paper #3 (re-blogged) Excessive Stress Disrupts the Architecture of the Developing Brain New research suggests that exceptionally stressful experiences early in life may have long-term consequences for a child’s learning, behavior, and both physical and mental health. Some types of “positive stress” in a child’s life—overcoming the challenges and frustrations of learning a new, … Continue reading