Laugh, Love, Learn posts to March 2016


I’m having a break from writing this week so I thought I’d take this opportunity to link to all the posts I’ve written so far, in case you missed anything.


A light-hearted look at what OEs look like in our family:

You know your family has overexcitabilities when

Psychomotor OE:

7 Signs your child has psychomotor overexcitability

Sensual OE:

What is sensual overexcitability?

Imaginational OE:

The ups and downs of imaginational overexcitability

Intellectual OE:

6 Things you need if your child has intellectual overexcitability

Emotional OE:

15 Things your child with emotional overexcitability might say

Our story

How I first learned about OEs:

How I discovered the secret key to understanding my intense and sensitive family

How I discovered that OEs aren’t something that needs fixing

Why OEs are a starting point, not a diagnosis or a label:

My child has overexcitabilities. Now what?

My relief at meeting other parents for whom traditional parenting methods didn’t work either:

How I finally found my tribe

I’ll be back next week answering some frequently asked questions about overexcitabilities, then after that I’ll be exploring how we can be the best and happiest parents to our intense and sensitive children.

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2 thoughts on “Laugh, Love, Learn posts to March 2016

  1. Look at that lil’ puddy cat! Oh I miss mine so much 🙁
    I love your new blog and ALL it’s content. I was telling my mum about it the other day and exclaiming ‘there are other people just like me in the world’ Mum looked mildly horrified at the thought!!

    1. I know – that cat is soo cute, isn’t it? 🙂

      I love your mum’s reaction! My mum’s just the same. 😀 It’s good to know we’re not alone, though, isn’t it?

      Thank you for your encouragement, I appreciate it!

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