BACH FLOWER REMEDY: A Natural Solution to Calm Anxious Kids, Negative Emotions
Jul 28, 2017 (ref Integrated Learning Strategies)
This article provides helpful information about the Bach Flower remedy to help a child mend from emotional issues, anxiety, anger and big emotions.
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The Bach Method is not a health care provider and does not provide a diagnosis or treatment of a specific physical challenge you may see in your child. The Bach flower remedies can be helpful with emotional negativity related to pain and suffering. The Bach system does not work on the physical element and should not take the place of any other pain management medicine prescribed by a doctor. Adults have complex emotions that we try to manage daily. It is no wonder that children have big emotions too. Consequently, from time to time, kids do not know how to handle their current mental state. I am still amazed at the random events that trigger meltdowns and tantrums. Such small things can elicit strong emotional reactions from tiny, little humans. Dealing with kids tantrums and meltdowns are some of parentings most frustrating challenges. There are bigger issues,do not get me wrong, but in the moment, emotions can run high for parents as well. We must put on our own oxygen mask and gear up to be the one who remains calm and patient. Parents and caregivers must be the individuals that allow the child to pass through the trauma knowing he or she has a safe space. Some children experience certain emotional struggles more often and more intensely than others. Parents find that methods that are normally effective in dealing with a childs natural expressions or frustrations dont work in intense meltdowns or tantrums. During these situations, many parents express how difficult is it to get through to their child to help them cope with these big emotions. For some children with emotional issues, Bach flower remedy blends can begin to gently restore the balance between the mind and body by dispersing negative emotions like anger, fear, hate, and anxiety, which interfere with the equilibrium of the childs body as a whole. Something is typically off balance in the child if major emotional meltdowns occur frequently.