The Link between Micromovements and Behaviors
Behavioral Reactions: Even-tempered? Anxious? Quick-tempered?
Your child’s temperament should be able to shift up and down to meet the changing situations of their days and weeks. Their reactions should rise to meet the occasion and then calm back down. This is known as modulation.
Stress happens when a child’s behavior ramps up like a rocket or gets stuck in high alert. Both of these are examples of poor modulation. Read more