Promoting awareness about childhood sensitivity

Author Jenna Forrest writes:

Jenna Forrest“Like many sensitive, anxious elementary school kids, I was overwhelmed with my day to day life.

“I thought my sensory overload, deep empathy and social shyness meant there was something wrong with me. At the same time, I felt a strong sense of these traits being very important to my future.”

See Jenna Forrest’s memoir about growing up: Help Is On Its Way.

Also see related articles:

Lost in our reactions

Jenna Forrest on being young and sensitive

and more articles by Jenna.


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