Anxiety & OCD Struggles Around the Holidays

Even though the holidays are exciting, they can bring with it some struggles for our kids with anxiety or OCD. Often these issues are unrelated to their anxiety or OCD themes.

Some kids with anxiety or OCD struggle during the holidays. Learn how to minimize struggles with these simple tips.

The holidays bring with it downtime, gatherings, new foods, busy schedules and high expectations for fun. All of which can cause our kids stress and anxiety.

In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I talk about some of the ways the holidays can create struggles and how we can proactively minimize them. 

Starting in a couple of weeks is my FREE 3-part video series, Survival Tools for Parents Raising Kids with Anxiety or OCD. Are you signed up? If not, click here.

 

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