Calling out Anxiety or OCD When a Child is Angry

We talk about helping our kids realize when it is their anxiety or OCD ruling their behavior. But what happens when we get a loud bark when we do it? Is it a bad sign if our child gets angry? Should we stop?

How to call out your child’s anxiety or OCD and what to do if they get angry.

In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I talk about when and how to call out your child’s anxiety or OCD and what to do with their reactions.

Also, if you want a deeper dive on how to address difficult behaviors caused by anxiety or OCD, take my Difficult Behavior Class that walks you through it!

To learn more about my Difficult Behavior course click here.

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