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Our children may not be able to handle stressors, or have seemingly inappropriate responses to “simple stress” because:
1. They lack nutrients for energy
2. They are deficient in neurotransmitters
3. It is hard for them to self-regulate

– From Episode 124 with Michelle Brown

Hi everyone!

Do you spend all your time going through podcasts / stories / testimonials only to think – “this is NOT going to work for us”?

Does your inner snarky voice say “Good for your – your child is super regulated – this is not my son!

Your child is not alone (though it may seem often like it) in the world of dysregulation and stress and “behavior”.

But nobody understands behavior! Am I right?

Doctors pathologize it, therapists get scared, and schools make it your kid’s fault or your fault.

And I want to tell you it is none of that!

That’s why I recorded today’s show with Michelle Brown about what “behavior” really means in our child (hint- it is an internal alarm), and what we can do to support our kids in this state

Click here now to learn how parents can work with having a child that is going through a crisis and how to identify the #1 thing educators and therapists are missing – the freeze response

And I just want to say, as a reminder, that I believe in you, you are awesome, and regulation is not that far away.

Onward my friend,

Vaish

p.s. There is one way to address regulation that Michelle talks about and that is called somatic. You can achieve regulation through the body’s innate movements.

My dear friend and colleague Sonia Story is offering her transformative course- Brain and Sensory Foundations , which includes comprehensive movement therapy training and is loaded with bonus resources.

Empower yourself with movement based tools for ADHD, sensory disorders, anxiety, speech, learning, self-regulation, physical challenges, and stress release.