Holly a beautiful 5 year old girl was brought to see me because of confidence issues, insecurities and repeated tummy bugs (6 in total) that began since starting school 3 months previous.
Her mum explained that she has been isolating herself in school and was feeling very left out. She would be very self-conscious with friends and seemed awkward around people. She’d worry what others thought about her drawings and be upset if no on remarked that they liked them. She hated to see other children get picked on and would stand up for them but this often meant she isolated herself further from her pals.
While she was getting continually sick from tummy bugs and her immune system seemed low as she was picking up everything going around, she would also pretend to be sick too and would admit she loved being looked after in the first aid unit.
Holly is a very gentle and mild mannered girl and loved to help her mum. She is playful yet shy in front of people and she is very sensitive, taking things very deeply to heart. She bites her clothes or nails when anxious or upset and would go off to cry if hurt or feeling excluded from her friends or family.
She loves to spend time with her mum and can be irritable and grumpy if she doesn’t have her full attention, which her mum was finding increasingly difficult to manage with 5 other kids too. If her mum praised another child for her good efforts, Holly would get upset and ask what about me. Her mum said she craves attention but even when she gets it, it doesn’t seem to be enough.
She can at times be jealous of her siblings and friends and would take pleasure in ruining someone else’s surprise or destroying their work. When asked to stop doing mischievous things she would keep doing them for a reaction.
Holly’s mam came back delighted saying “While on the remedy she has been brilliant. There is 100% improvement in her confidence, she is finding her place and is getting on better with her friends. She’s not as sensitive and not taking everything to heart. She’ s not telling tales, she’s able to deal with things that happen without whining or having a meltdown.
She use to be upset and cry all the time when not feeling heard, when she couldn’t do something or she couldn’t find her place with her siblings. I haven’t seen her cry in 4 weeks.
What’s most remarkable, she use to be in first aid sick bay 3 times a week with an illness and in one month she has not been there at all.
She’s less demanding. If I say I will be there in 5 minutes she can wait whereas before she would have continually demanded until I was available for her.
She doesn’t need as much reassurance and seems happier and accepts things easier. She is more open to playing with other kids and not getting as involved in school yard drama’s. It’s so lovely to see her waving hello and goodbye at school whereas before she walked with her head down and was mostly sad.
She is self-assured and more confidence and getting on better with her friends at school.
She is less jealous of siblings and she has had no tummy bugs or sickness. She’s 100% perfect as you would love a child to be enjoying life”.
It is such a common occurrence in my practice that when a child presents with a physical ailment, they will blossom in confidence as part of their treatment also. To be able to help them reach their potential in the most gentle and powerful way using homeopathy is such a wonderful gift to be able to share with children and parents alike.
The homeopathic remedies are easy to take and easy to administer to children and they are safe to use alongside conventional medicine.
If you would like to improve your child’s health and boost their confidence at the same time, please feel free to book an appointment on Tel: 086 0891037 (International: +353 86 089 1037), email me or book a Free Clarity Call here.
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Eileen Scullion of Homeopathy-Healing is a Registered Homeopath LicISH ISHom with the Irish Society of Homeopaths (The Regulatory Body for the Homeopathic Profession which is recognized by the Department of Health and Children and works on the National Working Group towards an integrated Health System).