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How to Parent Anxious Kids

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    11. Building Lifelong Coping Mechanisms
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    In this final lesson of the course, learn how to continue to build your child's coping mechanisms, and how to detect new fears and anxiety issues.

    In this final lesson of the course, learn how to continue to build your child's coping mechanisms, and how to detect new fears and anxiety issues.

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Melissa K
8:06 AM 29 April 2019
Thank you Natasha for helping us put things in perspective. My son is 13 and dealing with the fear of throwing up and being sick. He’s got a great school counselor who he visits when he feels overwhelmed. We’re doing mindfulness meditation at home. I saw our first panic attack over the weekend at his basketball game. I’m going to reach out to a child therapist for support for him and for me. I appreciate so much the language tools and information you’re providing here. Very grateful.
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Catherine H
Hi Natasha, I have really enjoyed this course. My son and I have been working through some challenges this week, he's definitely progressing and interestingly opening up on things - he has started telling every little thing that's bothering him! Some other new anxieties have popped up too - which I am guessing is due to us dealing with this.....The challenge box helped a lot.
Natasha Daniels
I’m glad you found it helpful Catherine :-)
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Paige B
Very helpful. I NEVER would have connected all the dots of what I just thought was my sons quirky traits/behavior. The few approaches I've learned and have been able to try so far worked remarkably well and I am so appreciative! Thanks so much!
Natasha Daniels
Thanks for taking the time to write a comment Paige. I am happy to hear the approaches are helping your son! Anxiety can look quirky sometimes ????
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