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6 Ways to a Less Worried Child

At one point this year, one of our girls got very sick but had trouble bouncing back. She was tired and not sleeping, which only aggravated the problem. Then, she stopped eating and was losing weight. She seemed sick, but wasn’t. We were at a loss. Turns out, she was having a very bad bout of …
Shawn Fink | Abundant Mama

{6 Ways to a less worried child} Help a child understand their fears. Discover tools to ease anxiety. Please offer your intentional parenting ideas as well ...

  • Shinshi Behzad
    Shinshi Behzad • 2 years ago

    Fear & Anxiety is Learned in Childhood___It feeds complexes & neurotic behaviors___ And may be Unlearned !

    ONS GEAR • 2 years ago

    Love this! Thx for pinning... I'm def going to introduce # 2 :) And, I'd add "just listen"... don't we all feel better when someone just sits and listens to us, without offering advice, without judging, without being interrupted (ties into #4 -comfort)?

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