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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-22-2019, 07:24 AM Thread Starter
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Do You Parent a Child Struggling With Anxiety?

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"If you’re the mother of an anxious child and have wondered how you could gently guide your little one through anxiety and strategies, a new study from Yale University suggests the key to helping your child’s anxiety may be within you. When we see anxiety rear its head in our children, it hurts our hearts. We don’t want them to worry needlessly but we also want to honor their concerns with helpful strategies and hearts that hear them. We often want to fix it for them, but the reality is that we just can’t ‘fix’ their anxiety."

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Dear Sleepless Mother,

It “waits” for you to put your baby to sleep
And is “jumping of joy” when you start rocking or swinging your little one
Because it knows the next thing you do open the gates…
...and invites midnight wakefulness into your baby’s sensitive brain and body
I’m talking about this simple habit
Could one simple habit increase the risk of your baby waking up in the middle of the night...
...by 87%?
“It’s like setting a midnight fire alarm in his brain”, one study revealed
The worst part is that you keep doing it …
…it’s part of your routine…
…and yet it’s wrecking your little one’s sleep
So what is this disruptive habit?
And what can you do to fix it?
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