Don’t Treat Your Child’s Sensory Related Anxiety the Same as their Other Anxiety Issues

Bumpy socks, lumpy food, loud noises, large crowds, startling automatic toilet flushers… these are just a few things that can completely overwhelm some of our anxious kids. But don’t make the mistake of putting them in the same category with all your child’s other anxiety issues.

Sensory related anxiety is different. And… it should be treated differently as well.

Anxious kids tend to have more sensory issues. That’s really not surprising. The two issues tend to hang out together like long lost cousins.

In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast episode I talk about how even though anxiety and sensory issue are two peas in a pod – we shouldn’t make the mistake of treating them the same.

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Also, just this week you can get your hands on the Super Sensory Bundle. This is a gem of a deal that only comes around once a year! 21 sensory experts (myself included) get together and offer their best resources and products all for just $39.

This year the bundle has over $1300 worth of products. There are literally some $99 online classes in this bundle. That’s crazy! You will find my mini-course on how to handle sensory-related anxiety in the bundle.

You know the expression this is too good to be true – that will be the case after this week. Check it out here before it goes away.