Do You Blame Yourself for Your Child’s Anxiety or OCD?

It’s hard not to focus on what we have done or haven’t done to help our child’s anxiety or OCD. It is a slippery slope and many of us fall into the black abyss of self-blame.

Do you blame yourself for your child’s anxiety or OCD? We are going to talk about why it’s not your fault.

In this episode of the AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I talk about why parents shouldn’t blame themselves for their child’s anxiety or OCD. I also talk about how this type of thinking can hold you, and even your child back. 

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