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    3 Tips for Parents Who Want to Help Their Anxious Child

    As moms, nothing brings more pain than seeing our children suffer. when they are feeling down or hurt, we want to help. With anxiety though, things aren’t so simple. Helping them in their time of need is the gut reaction most mothers act on. “It’ll be OK, Tommy. Everything is just fine.” But that’s the problem with anxiety – everything is not fine. In fact, telling an anxious child that “everything is just fine” usually makes them more anxious. They start to wonder if something is wrong with them, or why no one seems to understand. Mothers with anxious children know this all too well. Their kids are too scared…

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