The publication of “Bridges to Success – how to Transform Learning Difficulties” is doing what I hoped it would – giving people a different perspective on learning difficulties and teaching whole families new skills to improve some of the symptoms, whilst treasuring the exceptional skills. There are thousands of desperate parents out there who would love to have new simple skills to try out with their kids and it is a delight when I get feedback from readers, normally around “thank you for helping me understand my children”.
Since publication we have continued to investigate why and how grounding is such an vital part of the jigsaw puzzle. Having devoted 2 chapters in the book to all the symptoms that are seen as a direct result of being ungrounded, our attention is now on why children are so ungrounded, what causes it and what are the benefits to the individual. The results of this are likely to be many and varied.
Grounding is such a simple skill and free to anyone I would recommend that anyone who has a child with learning difficulties finds out more, reads Bridges to Success and if you are motivated to help others with challenges do feed back your experiences to us. Grounding is free, which maybe the reason it is so often dismissed, and from my own experience and that of others it can literally be “the essential key that is so often overlooked”.
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