When Your Child’s Faced with Anxiety or OCD Struggles Do They Give Up Before They Begin?
This video is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the guidance of a qualified professional.
How does your child talk to themselves when faced with anxiety or OCD struggles? Do they tell themselves:
I’ll never be able to do this.
Anxiety is too hard.
OCD is too hard.
It will go terribly.
It will be a disaster.
Or do they cheer themselves on?
I know this will be tough, but I can get through it.
This is making me anxious, but I’ll take it one step at a time.
How they show up to these anxiety or OCD issues can make all the difference. Do they cheer for themselves or do they cheer for anxiety or OCD?
In this week’s Youtube video, I talk to kids and teens about how our internal dialogue around anxiety or OCD is crucial.
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