An overly dramatic child is usually one who uses his or her emotions to manipulate others and whose emotional reactions are disproportional in intensity to the situation. Everyone has a different temperament and your child may have been born with more emotional sensitivity than you’re used to.
The Bigger Picture
It’s important for children to learn to recognize and understand their emotions. In fact, emotional awareness can help children be mentally strong — even when they feel those emotions deeply. Avoid calling your child a wimp or assuming his or her sensitivity has to be fixed.
Biblical Reference: Philippians 4:6-7
It is important to have conversations at the dinner table or in the car that does not involve kids fighting, parentings yelling or nagging. Purposeful conversations start a real conversation and help your family communicate better and learn to share.
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