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

Parenting kids with anxiety or OCD is hard, but the comments and stares can make it even harder.


Do you dodge and defend comments like…


Is he always like that?

Why does she do that?

Is she okay?

He just needs some good ole’ fashion parenting.

She’s got you wrapped around her finger.


Parenting kids with anxiety or OCD is hard enough but add all the “well intentioned” comments and thinly veiled judgments and it can be overwhelming. Learn how to not care what others think!


Those type of comments can make your blood boil! It can also make you feel like you have to defend not only your parenting, but your child’s behavior. Parenting kids with anxiety or OCD requires some pretty thick skin!


I get it. Many of us get it.


In this week’s episode of The AT Parenting Survival Podcast I’m talking all about how to handle those comments and get your parenting groove back – no matter what people say!


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Other Articles and Podcasts on Raising Kids with OCD and Anxiety:

If you have a child with anxiety or OCD – you probably also have a child with difficult behavior. Learn how to handle difficult behaviors effectively.

Raising an anxious child can be ridiculously hard. These are five things every parent needs to hear.

Do you worry your child’s therapy isn’t working? Learn why that might be and what to do about it!

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