How to Survive Living with a LOUD Child
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“I love that he likes to express himself and share each and every thought and experience with me and well…really anyone around him, so I don’t want to squash his exuberance. However, I got overwhelmed and frustrated with such an outpouring of chatter, especially so early in the morning…”
“The dryer running, TV shows playing, children zooming their cars on the hardwood floors, microwave beeping, it’s just too much for my head sometimes. Add in a child who’s constantly making noise and I feel like a ticking timebomb waiting to explode.”
“In the times when my son is being loud and I find my thoughts scattered, pulse racing, and anger rising I check the other noises that are adding to my discomfort. I make sure the TV and music is off and the dishwasher, washing machine or dryer are off as well.”
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