Dealing with Childhood Anxiety

As we know there are many key transitions in a child’s life that bring with them a certain amount of uncertainty and anxiety for both children and parents alike.  However there are certain instances when this anxiety can become overwhelming for children.  Every child is unique and some have better coping mechanisms than others.  If your child is the type of child that worries a lot it can be very scary for parents.   No parent wants to see their child stressing or worrying about life and quite often parents can try to take on board to sort their worries out.  Even the most well-meaning parents can fall into a negative cycle and, not wanting a child to suffer, actually exacerbate the anxiety. Here are some tips for parents to consider:

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