How trauma may develop in bright and quirky kids

Did you know that 8 out of 10 bright and quirky adults have experienced trauma?

How does it happen, and how do we avoid a similar fate for our bright and quirky kids?

According to Susan Baum, PhD and Zach Morris, MEd, when a child’s brain wiring doesn’t fit well with the environment they’re in, many moments of incongruity can happen over time that can be potentially traumatizing.

The solution? As Susan states, instead of asking a flower to change its petals, let’s plant it in a different garden.

Take a listen.

To hear more from Zach and Susan, check out the Bright & Quirky IdeaLab, our parent learning community. Join before April 18 and take part in our Possibility Plan Bootcamp where you can learn how to find a good-fit garden for your unique child.