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Helping Your Child to Deal with Storm-Related Fear

June 7, 2013

Storm Fear and Children

Storms can be scary for children, especially in areas where there are hurricanes and tornadoes. Unlike most childhood objects of fear, storms really can be dangerous. So how should you go about comforting your child if he or she is afraid?
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Childhood Separation Anxiety and School Anxiety

May 31, 2013

Separation Anxiety and School Anxiety

If your child is experiencing separation anxiety, especially when he or she has to go to school, there are things you can do to reduce some of the stress and fear. Find out what steps you can take as a parent to help your anxious child.
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Author Offers Advice for Dealing with Anxious Kids

May 17, 2013

Parenting Anxious Kids

Being a parent to an anxious child can be difficult, but there is plenty of information to help you out. Come read about how anxiety disorders in children affect parents and what you can do to keep calm when facing the challenge of parenting your anxious child.
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How You and Your Kids Can Escape the Anxiety Story: Part Three

October 26, 2012

Escaping the Anxiety Story

How your child can interrupt the automatic negative storyline that becomes habitual and feeds their anxiety by learning to "purge the urge" . Part three of a three-part series.
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How You and Your Kids Can Escape the Anxiety Story: Part Two

October 25, 2012

Escaping the Anxiety Story

Discover the damaging duo of "shenpa and klesha", the role they play in creating and perpetuating your child's anxiety, and how to get started teaching your child to defeat them. Part two of a three-part series.
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How You and Your Kids Can Escape the Anxiety Story: Part One

October 24, 2012

Escaping the Anxiety Story

Learn how you can help your child prevent the habitual and negative thought processes that can lead to ongoing stress and problematic anxiety with something much more positive, healthy, and calming. Part one of a three-part series.
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