Unreasonable Fears: How to Help Your Child Cope
Published January 7, 2019
16 min
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    Even if nothing you say reassures your child, there's still something you can do. When a child's fears get out of hand, it can feel exhausting—for both parents and child. Fortunately, it's not your job to reassure a child until they feel better. Some simple solutions can help your child feel capable, too. Carol and Anne share insights to break the fight-or-flight response and empower your child to get back to feeling safe again. This week’s Parenting Practice Practice the tips from this week's episode by getting out a copy of The Child Whisperer book. Go to your child's Type section, find the developmental stage section for 3-6 years, and read the phrases your child needs to hear. Write them down and use them daily.  Learn more from Carol each week! Visit thechildwhisperer.com and receive Carol and Anne's weekly Parenting Practice right to your inbox.
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