Help your HSP baby sleep
I was thrilled to talk with Anna of Sensitivity Unscensored on her ‘Soul of Sensitivity’ Podcast! If you or your child are highly sensitive (HSP), this will give you some insight. If you’re not — it’ll still give you some insight!
In Anna’s words:
“Today we dig into the connections between emotions, the psyche, sleep and behavior in babies and toddlers AND adults. Eliza Parker shares her expertise on how sleep for little ones is connected to everything else, and how we (as highly sensitive parents) can learn to recognize the innate abilities of babies and toddlers for coping with birth, trauma, experiences, feelings and stimulation.
This conversation is not just for parents (but it WILL inform the the highly sensitive parent or the parent of a highly sensitive child). While speaking with Eliza, I noticed so many “ah-ha’s” for myself! Sleep, self-regulation and our ability to cope with life experiences are tools that all highly sensitive people need.”
Are HSP babies and toddlers different than others when it comes to sleep?
There are some elements of processing emotions and experiences that are common across the board. If you’re trying to help your HSP baby sleep, there are sometimes some deeper layers they need to process, and this information will help you do so, as well as help you give them lifelong tools.
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