How to Lovingly Detach from Our Kids Anxiety or OCD

Kids with anxiety or OCD need an anchor. They need us to be a rock that helps ground them through the chaos. Unfortunately, we cannot do that when we are so immersed in their struggles that we are drowning right along with them.

Learn how to lovingly detach from your child’s anxiety or OCD to become the anchor they need.

In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I talk about learning how to lovingly detach from our child’s anxiety or OCD. I discuss how this is not about removing our love or ignoring our children’s problems, it’s just the opposite. I walk through the steps needed to work on loving detachment and become an anchor for our kids.

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