When Your Child’s Feelings of Worry Turn into Embarrassment and Anger

Your child doesn’t want to participate. Inside, feelings of worry, overwhelm and panic are setting in. Outside they are starting to feel embarrassed and angry. The teacher doesn’t get the hint.

When some of our kids feel worried, their anxiety quickly turns into embarrassment and anger. This kids video talks about how to handle those feelings.


The teacher doesn’t relent. She focuses on your child. She puts a spotlight on your child. She unintentionally embarrasses your child.


In return, your child digs their heels in. All the worries, overwhelm and panic boil into opposition and rage. Out pour the difficult, ugly behaviors. Deeply hidden remain the true emotions.


In this week’s Kids Youtube video, I am talking to kids about how to prevent their anxiety from turning into shame, embarrassment and anger.


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