Creating strength & confidence for kids with anxiety

From the article: "Parents need to "show their child that they understand how terrible it is to feel anxious," he says. They need to accept that their child is "genuinely anxious and not just being attention seeking," he adds.

The next step is to tell children that "they can tolerate that anxiety and they don't need to be rescued from it." This helps give them the strength to face their fears, Lebowitz says."

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2019/04/15/711213752/for-kids-with-anxiety-parents-learn-to-let-them-face-their-fears?fbclid=IwAR0kVbQkOD4piek6GEYr9RdIL2-eCVLrLbBeMhUKLGF0Yh7WQlCCXw4N8gM

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