Parents can often do a great deal to help children learn to manage anxiety. Here are several different ways to make things easier for your child:
It's not helpful to push an anxious child too hard or too soon. Slow and steady is best. But, don't give up and allow your child to avoid all anxious situations.
If you find that your child's anxieties are really affecting how your child sleeps, eats and plays, or they really start to worry or frustrate you, consult your child's doctor.
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