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Chapter 13:




        GIFT TO THE



Billionaire Parenting Chapter 13 Review




  • According to Dr. Elaine Aron, who coined the term highly sensitive people, she states that there are approximately 15 to 20% of today’s children that fit within this category. These children are born with a more sensitive nervous system which will react faster to their senses and interpret their surroundings in a highly sensitive matter. Parents tend to categorize them as being “too sensitive” or “too shy” or “too intense.” Many obese children are dealing with internalized anger, fear and frustration because they are misunderstood and/or not loved enough according to their core beliefs. Many of these children are subjected to being bullied, which is one of the greatest challenges facing our schools today.

  • All white and refined flour based foods such as white break, breakfast cereals, pasta, pastries, should be limited or altogether removed from your diet plan. The issue with these is that they are carcinogenic (molecule who can create “cancer”) due to the fact that they are bleached and bromated during the production process. This is in addition to the fact that they will cause your blood glucose levels to skyrocket, really encouraging you to start packing on body fat rapidly. The ingredient azodicarbonamide is banned in the United

    Kingdom, most European countries as well as Australia. And its use in Singapore has some pretty severe penalties (up to 15 years in prison and $450,000 fine). However, it is still in some of the 100% whole wheat bread within U.S. grocery stores?


  • When we overhear our children making negative comments about themselves, we often wonder where they are getting these negative thoughts from. Remember, children are sensory learners, they learn and model your actions. Parents who have had low self-esteem for an extended period of time feel as if they are a victim in this world. They have difficulty having fun and being silly and as such many times their frustrations are inadvertently taken out on their children because they have not developed healthier coping mechanisms for their stress levels. Some parents may verbally attack their children. They say things like “Why can’t you do anything right/ Why are you so lazy? Why don’t you have any friends? Why can’t you do better in school?” These attacks will develop a critical inner voice in their children. These children begin to feel vulnerable and their physical bodies respond by building layers of protection or fat cells.

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