I am a Sensitive Child

I am a Sensitive Child – part observation, part self-reflection, lessons learnt!

Attachment and Resilience

I am a sensitive child.

There are many children like me.

We find this world a challenging place to live in.

We get tired. We get upset. We feel overwhelmed.

What you think is a little thing is a big problem for us.

Noise often bothers us. Our clothing too. Even the food we are expected to eat.

We are particularly sensitive of the feelings of others.

We can see in your face, in your eyes, that we bother you.

We sometimes doubt whether people care about us, understand us, love us.

We try hard to keep our feelings under control, but we find this very difficult when we are with the people who we expect to love us, understand us, accept us.

In this world where we so often feel overwhelmed and out-of-control we crave order.

We often insist upon this, such as when we demand that our parents…

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About colbypearce

I am a Clinical Psychologist and author who assists children and familes overcome adversity and experience strong and secure attachment relationships.
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