My first book inspired by my own experience of high sensitivity and the experiences of all the wonderful people who follow the Facebook community page My Highly Sensitive Child and the members of the closed Facebook group Supporting the Highly Sensitive Child.
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It’s not easy to be a highly sensitive child.
It’s not easy to be a highly sensitive child. Nor is it always easy to raise, care for, guide and teach a highly sensitive child. Because the highly sensitive child experiences the world a little differently, and that can be difficult to understand.
This book aims to help you experience the world from the child’s perspective so that you can better understand them and help them to grow and thrive. In this simple, concise guide I distil the reams of information available on the highly sensitive child so that you can get the knowledge you need quickly and easily.
Philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche wrote: ‘And those who were seen dancing were thought to be crazy by those who could not hear the music.’ The highly sensitive child isn’t crazy. Nor are they slow, or weak, or just ‘not tough enough’. They simply dance to a tune that not everyone can hear. This book helps you hear the music to which the highly sensitive child dances. Once you know the tune exists, and you listen for it carefully, you’ll find it’s beautiful, moving, powerful music.
This is what Elaine N. Aron, Ph.D. said about this book. Elaine is the author of the worldwide bestsellers The Highly Sensitive Person and The Highly Sensitive Child she has pioneered the research into Highly Sensitive People.
“As the author of this truly brilliant little book, James Williams explains that he is not an academic or a psychologist. I am simply a man who feels very passionately about the subject. He is highly sensitive and so is one of his daughters, and he writes about sensitivity with both simplicity and depth. His sensitivity also shows in his book’s briefness. Caregivers of children need an author to get to the point so they can go get groceries, pick up the kids etc. James’s book can be read in an hour, yet it has charming examples as well as great suggestions and a full, scientifically accurate description of the trait. James is reaching out to all parents, carers and teachers of sensitive children and whether through this book or on his website, he is a wonderful resource.”
Elaine N. Aron.