Lack of Confidence

Some degree of nervousness and uncertainty in unfamiliar situations is quite natural in toddlers but less so in older children. By the age of four or five a child should be standing up for himself or herself, and not giving in too easily. Passivity, timidity and withdrawal are usually signs of Insecurity.

Specific remedies to be taken even 12 hours for up to 2 weeks

  • Child timid, tearful, clinging, often feels too hot, especially in stuffy rooms, easily gives in to others Pulsatilla 30c
  • Symptoms as above but child more stubborn, has a big head and thin body, often feels chilly, sweats on head and feet Silicea 30c
  • Child apprehensive, feels tension in stomach, hates to be left alone, very sensitive to noise Kali carb. 30c
  • Child oversensitive, cries easily when others hurt themselves, hates sweet things, bedwets, has warts Causticum 30c

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