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Posted by: M.S | 2010/04/13

Sensitive child

How does one raise a very sensitive child? My daughter is 10 and the child psychologist said she is very sensitive, does protect them or help them to be less sensitve and how?

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Very snsitively ! But as this child psychologist has presumably assessed her, rather than guessing wildly, and should know that simply telling you someting like that is utterly useless, without also explaining carefully what this means, how he/she can help and what you should or shouldn't do about it.
A competent child shrink would already have done this with you, leaving you in no doubt, and would use a CBT-style approach to help your daughter be less sensitive, and to respond more usefully to the challenges of life.
Sorry to seem, perhaps, a bit harsh, but that child psychologist should know enough to give a much more detailed answer, and has been PAID to do this expertly and efficiently - make sure you get your money's worth by asking just this sort of sensible question, and insisting on a usable and clear sert of answers

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2010/04/13

Very snsitively ! But as this child psychologist has presumably assessed her, rather than guessing wildly, and should know that simply telling you someting like that is utterly useless, without also explaining carefully what this means, how he/she can help and what you should or shouldn't do about it.
A competent child shrink would already have done this with you, leaving you in no doubt, and would use a CBT-style approach to help your daughter be less sensitive, and to respond more usefully to the challenges of life.
Sorry to seem, perhaps, a bit harsh, but that child psychologist should know enough to give a much more detailed answer, and has been PAID to do this expertly and efficiently - make sure you get your money's worth by asking just this sort of sensible question, and insisting on a usable and clear sert of answers

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