How to Help When Anxiety Teams Up with Fear of Missing Out (FOMO)

How to Help When Anxiety Teams Up with Fear of Missing Out (FOMO)

How to Help When Anxiety Teams Up with Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) Often kids will talk about FOMO, the fear of missing out. It is usually a casual term that means you worry you might be missing out on something good. Unfortunately anxiety can glum onto this and make FOMO a truly debilitating struggle. In this week’s Youtube video, I talk to kids and […]

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How to Help Our Kids when Anxiety and OCD Lead to Depression

How to Help Our Kids when Anxiety and OCD Lead to Depression

How to Help Our Kids when Anxiety and OCD Lead to Depression  Having anxiety or OCD can be depressing. It can make your child feel hopeless, overwhelmed and discouraged. It can rob them of the things they used to enjoy one fear and one compulsion at a time. Clinical Depression can be a comorbid condition with anxiety or OCD, but in this Youtube video I […]

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How to Help Our Kids Create Daily Structure to Help OCD & Anxiety

How to Help Our Kids Create Daily Structure to Help OCD & Anxiety

How to Help Our Kids Create Daily Structure to Help OCD & Anxiety More and more these days our kids are finding themselves at home. They are often at home doing school work and are socializing more online. The hustle and bustle that used to be many of their lives has taken a hit. As we enter summer in the next few months, schedules altogether […]

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Helping Kids with Public Speaking Anxiety

Helping Kids with Public Speaking Anxiety

Helping Kids with Public Speaking Anxiety One sentence that can throw many of our anxious kids into a panic is…”you’ll need to do a presentation.” Presentations are enough to make some people want to hyperventilate. I know, I was one of them. Public speaking anxiety is a common issue, but it’s even more common if you already struggle with some form of anxiety. Some of […]

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Helping Kids Who Get Anxious Watching the News

Helping Kids Who Get Anxious Watching the News

Helping Kids Who Get Anxious Watching the News The news can be overwhelming to many of us, but if you are a kid with anxiety or OCD it can all be too much. Being flooded with images and stories of doom and gloom can impact your child’s level of anxiety or OCD. But what if you have a teen who controls what they watch and […]

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What are the Signs of Social Anxiety? It’s Often Not What People Think.

What are the Signs of Social Anxiety? It’s Often Not What People Think.

What are the Signs of Social Anxiety? It’s Often Not What People Think. Parents often miss the mark with social anxiety. They think it means a timid child, a shy child clinging to their pant legs or a child who lacks social skills. Although a child with social anxiety can have those attributes, that’s not what makes someone have social anxiety. In fact, you can […]

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Motivating Kids by Asking, “What is Anxiety or OCD Ruining for You?”

Motivating Kids by Asking, “What is Anxiety or OCD Ruining for You?”

Motivating Kids by Asking, “What is Anxiety or OCD Ruining for You?” It can be hard to motivate kids to work on anxiety or OCD. It can be a hard sell to tell them that the more they do hard things, the easier it will become. Anxiety or OCD can be demanding and convincing. So how are we supposed to motivate our kids to work […]

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Video Lesson: 5 Tips on How to Parent a Child with OCD

Video Lesson: 5 Tips on How to Parent a Child with OCD

  Take this 4 minute video lesson and learn 5 tips on how to parent a child with OCD. Click here to get started.     Follow Anxious Toddlers’s board Childhood anxiety on Pinterest. *** Additional Support A teen support book on anxiety that your kid will actually read: If you are at a loss as to how to help your child manage anxiety, take […]

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Video Lesson: OCD in Children – Are you Missing the Signs?

Video Lesson: OCD in Children – Are you Missing the Signs?

OCD in children can be seen in children as early as 2 and 3 years old. If OCD runs in your family, your child is at a higher risk of getting OCD. Take this 8 minute video lesson to learn the early warning signs of OCD in children. Click here to get started. Visit Anxious Toddlers’s profile on Pinterest. *** Additional Support A teen support […]

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Video Lesson: How to Parent your Anxious Child

Video Lesson: How to Parent your Anxious Child

An anxious child can often require a different style of parenting. Take this 4 minute lesson and learn the 4 key components to parenting an anxious child. Click here to start your lesson. For 20% off  full course on How to Parent Your Anxious Kids click the link below:       Visit Anxious Toddlers’s profile on Pinterest. For more in-depth help get the book How […]

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Video Lesson: What is Sensory Processing

Video Lesson: What is Sensory Processing

Do you ever wonder what is sensory processing disorder? Take this 6 minute video lesson and learn the basics of sensory processing disorder. Click here to get started! For 20% off the video course How to Parent Your Anxious Kids click the link below: For more articles on sensory processing follow Anxious Toddlers board: Follow Anxious Toddlers’s board TODDLER Sensory issues on Pinterest. For in-depth […]

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Video Lesson: How to Help your Toddler through Separation Anxiety

Video Lesson: How to Help your Toddler through Separation Anxiety

Tired of separation anxiety? Take this 5 minute video lesson and get tips from a child therapist on how to help your child through separation anxiety. Click here to get started. For 20% off the video course How to Parent Your Anxious Kids click below: For more articles on toddler anxiety follow Anxious Toddlers Pinterest board: Follow Anxious Toddlers’s board TODDLER – Anxious toddlers on Pinterest. […]

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