Review: Mightier helps Reduce #Meltdowns in Kids with and without #Autism

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Conclusions

If you asked me if I believe that Mightier can make a difference in the lives of Autism families like mine, I would without hesitation say yes, and here’s why.

First of all, biofeedback is proven science. We know it works and we know why it works. The way Mightier approaches things is very friendly to kids. It’s engaging, intuitive and relevant. It really is a very simple concept, executed in a very relatable way and it can have a significant impact on a child’s ability to both recognize and adjust their behaviors.

The way I see it is this. Yes, it can be expensive, especially for families like my own. At the same time, however, my experience points me to conclude that the ride is worth the price of admission. I know every child is different but parents can feel confident because if it doesn’t work, you can get your money back.



As an Autism parent myself, and someone with a platform in the community, I take endorsements very seriously. You cannot pay me to endorse something I don’t believe in. The science behind Mighter is solid and it simply makes sense.

You can purchase Mightier by clicking here.

Disclaimer: I will receive credit if you purchase Mightier through one of the above links. This is how I support my family and my efforts to make the world a better place. I only do this with products I have thoroughly tested and believe in.

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    • Kelly on January 14, 2020 at 5:13 pm
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    Did your son ever get frustrated and just quit the games?

    1. Yes. It’s a process and over time, he did better and better. Are you having problems or just questions?

        • Kelly on January 14, 2020 at 9:17 pm
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        Just questions. I haven’t ordered anything. I can foresee it being too frustrating that he just throws his hands in the air and just quits the game and refuses to play it again.

        1. Okay, so I don’t think it’s meant to get the kids that frustrated. It’s sorta helps them to see cause and effect. The games don’t become impossible to play, they just become more challenging. He’s rewarded as he calms down and lowers his heart rate. Honestly, Emmett is very easily frustrated and he does very well. They have people who can help with navigating some of these challenges. I’m happy to help in any way that I can. Worst case, you try it and you have 30 days to test it out. If you want, feel free to email me through my contact page and we can talk via email if that’s easier.

    • Jeana on September 24, 2019 at 12:31 am
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    I’m looking into Mightier and came across your review Do your kids still use it and has it helped longer term?

    1. I love this program. I used it mostly with my youngest. While he’s not using it as much as I’d like, the skills he learned are carried over into everyday life. He carries those with him and will do so going forward. He’s doing so much better in regards to managing his emotions. Don’t get me wrong, there will likely always be some level of difficulty but it’s a big step forward.

      The main reason he’s not using it daily is just because there’s been a tremendous amount of upheaval in our lives this summer and we’re not doing a lot of things that we should be because we’re in survive mode.

      If you try it, use the links in this post. I’ll get credit and that helps me continue my efforts here. If it doesn’t work or you just don’t like it, you can return it. They’re really good about that.

      If you’re interested, here’s a link to my interview with its creator.. ☺

      https://anchor.fm/theautismdad/episodes/Interview-with-Dr–Jason-Kahn-of-Mightier-e4633d

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    • Cindy Jones on August 28, 2018 at 10:50 am
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    Maybe in time it will help Emmett with the stress of going to school. Interesting to see if his stomach issues and nightmares decrease.

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