How to Help a Child with Anxiety or OCD Who has a Hard Time Making Decisions

Kids with anxiety or OCD often have a hard time making decisions. This can be for many different reasons. An anxious child might worry that they’ll miss out if they make the “wrong” decision. They might not feel confident in their ability to make their own decisions.

Many kids with anxiety or OCD have a hard time making decisions. In this latest episode I talk about how to help kids overcome this struggle.

A child with OCD might doubt their decisions. They might doubt that they are representing what they truly want and might be concerned that they are lying (I did a youtube video on the fear of lying last week).

So how do we help kids who struggle with making decisions? That’s what I’m talking about in my latest youtube video for kids and teens.

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