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The 'Orchid' Vs. 'The Dandelion': The Science Of Sensitive Kids

March 04, 2019 18:30

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Pediatrician Thomas Boyce has treated children who seem to be completely
unflappable and unfazed by their surroundings — as well as those who are
extremely sensitive to their environments. Over the years, he began to liken
these two types of children to two very different flowers: dandelions and
orchids. He talks about his research and gives advice on how to parent "orchid
children." Boyce's book is 'The Orchid and the Dandelion: Why Some Children
Struggle and How All Can Thrive.'

Also, book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews the true crime story 'Say Nothing'
by Patrick Radden Keefe, which takes place during the Troubles in Northern
Ireland. Read more
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