Moving our Kids with Anxiety or OCD from Dependency to Resiliency

We all do things for our kids. But there comes a time when we do too much. We inadvertently send a message that they are not capable of doing things for themselves. Ironically this directly impacts their ability to independently fight their anxiety or OCD.

Our child’s ability to be resilient is key to them being able to effectively work on their anxiety or OCD. Learn how to move your child from dependency to resiliency one step at a time.

 

In this episode of the AT Parenting Survival Podcast I talk about how to move our kids from dependency to resiliency one small step at a time.

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