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Raising An Anxious Child
Raising An Anxious Child
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About the Book

All children have fears but not all have anxieties. Time for you, as a parent, to learn how to deal with those anxieties.

Being afraid of the dark is a very common fear among children. Even adults jump at shadows-ever watched a horror movie and tried to get a glass of water in dim light? From bugs to darkness to strange phenomena, children are afraid of the unknown. They have no reference point to explain these new stimuli, and they turn to the most basic instinct of human nature: fight-or-flight.

Childhood fears are definitely concerning for any parent to deal with. However, things take an even more worrying turn when children have to battle the extreme.

In other words, what do you do when children refuse to take part in school activities, show no enthusiasm for all the activities they normally love to do, have frequent stomach aches, or become withdrawn and irritable?

The answers lie in Katherine Guzman's new book that focuses on children's anxieties.

Helping Your Anxious Child is Katherine's attempt to demystify anxiousness in children, so that parents can finally bring to light the overall problem. No more do parents have to constantly question the nature of their children's behavior. After all, knowledge truly is power.

In your hands, you now have the power to understand more about anxiety in children.

As you read the pages of this book, you will learn discover:

  • What anxiety in children looks like and how it works
  • The form they take, from panic disorders to social anxieties
  • The reality behind anxieties and the ability to dispel the myths surrounding them
  • How you, as a parent, can deal with anxiety
  • Ways to start a conversation with your children about anxieties
  • Whether anxieties are environmental or if there are other influential factors
  • The dos and don'ts of dealing with anxiety
  • How to stay in control when things are out of control
  • Tips to deal with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders (OCD)

AND more!

Parents will be able to guide not just their children, but themselves too, as they shed light on anxieties that affect their little ones.

Scroll up and click "Buy now" to get a copy of Helping Your Anxious Child today!



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Product Details
  • ISBN-13: 9781990404078
  • Publisher: Christopher Doniego
  • Publisher Imprint: Katherine Guzman
  • Height: 203 mm
  • No of Pages: 404
  • Spine Width: 21 mm
  • Width: 127 mm
  • ISBN-10: 1990404073
  • Publisher Date: 04 Jun 2021
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Language: English
  • Returnable: Y
  • Weight: 399 gr


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