About Understanding Your Anxious Child
These practical strategies and daily habits for overcoming anxiety will set both you and your child free. Do you get a gut-wrenching feeling in the pit of your stomach every time you think about trying to do certain things with your child? Are you avoiding specific activities because you don’t want to put your little one in a position where they feel scared or worried? Anxiety is more prevalent in our society than ever before, and we’re all affected by it. Sadly, this is even true for kids these days. The era of youthful innocence seems to be coming to an end.
In Understanding Your Anxious Child, you’ll discover:
– Scientific insight into how anxiety affects your child’s brain and mood so that you can better understand what’s actually going on with them
– Why anxiety is so common among kids these days — and what it means for your approach to helping them
– Effective practices for accepting anxiety as it is (start implementing them with your kids today!)
– 5 of the most important things NOT to do as a parent — and how your self-awareness is going to benefit your child
– Why social influence is something that seriously limits your child, and how you can help them to develop healthier expectations of themselves
– Why physical exercise has proven to be one of the most effective strategies for overcoming recurring anxiety — and how you can encourage your kid to get started
– The reason your behavior as a parent is so crucial to your child’s success — plus: 3 powerful tips for connecting on a deeper level with your kids about how they feel
… and much more.
With these professional insights, you and your child can both relax into a whole new way of living — with more joy, more smiles, and a whole lot less stress and anxiety.
Ebook will be $0.99 through the end of July.
I was raised in a single parent household as an only child. When I reached high school age I began to understand my passion of helping others through volunteer work. College helped strengthen that passion through teaching and psychology courses along with coaching adolescent age youth. I wavered in and out of that path as many do during those college years but the desire to help others never left. I have found may ways to accomplish that passion since college and it seemed only fit that writing be the next step in my journey to helping others improve the various relationships in their lives. I enjoy this busy life with my family in a small town in the heart of the Midwest.