There are some good approaches to take, and some to avoid, that can help us emerge from this with more skills to deal with life’s disappointments as they come.
For a smooth back-to-school transition, make sure you talk to your child about the transition, identify potential stressors and try a “dress rehearsal” to get them used to the routine.
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As a parent, it can be challenging to find the right words to have a tough conversation with your kids, but there are a few tips that can help you both feel comfortable.
Anxiety in our kids isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it’s the avoidance behaviors that anxiety brings out that can be problematic.