Sep 22, 2022
I recently got rejected from something that mattered to me. And it stunk. RSD (rejection sensitivity dysphoria) and trauma response all rolled into one giant ball of suck.
One of the hardest parts of parenting is talking to our kids about hard things, like rejection, sadness, and disappointment especially when we don’t feel like we are good at those skills ourselves.
When disappointment strikes, how do we work through those feelings? And how do we teach our kids to do the same?
Here’s how I worked through the sadness recently and explained the tough stuff to my kids.
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