What to Do When the Stress of Raising a Child with OCD or Anxiety is too Much

You are done. You can’t take it anymore. When will things get better? How long is this going to last? Will things ever change? Raising a child with OCD or anxiety can be beyond exhausting.

You are not alone.

 

You are not alone. Many parents feel overwhelmed when the stress of raising a child with anxiety or OCD is too much. I talk about how to get through.

 

Many of us have been there. We know what it is like to want to hit the escape button. We know what it is like to go to bed ridden with your own feelings of anxiety and hopelessness. All the What If’s and catastrophic thinking are hard to shut off.

 

There is hope.

 

When all the light is gone and all you see is darkness, it can be hard to feel hopeful. This week on the AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I am shining a light into your darkness, to let you know…

 

It will be okay.

 

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Other Resources to Help Parents with a Child with OCD or Anxiety:

 

PSP 037: 3 Things I Wish Every Parent Raising a Child with OCD Would Do

PSP 096: Raising Kids with Anxiety or OCD? Don’t Care What Others Think!

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