These Are the Workbooks Parents Are Using to Help Their Children With Anxiety
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Suspecting your child might be experiencing anxious thoughts can be uncomfortable for any parent; it's unfamiliar territory. We want to protect our children and keep them safe from everything, and the last thing we want to see are fearful thoughts sending them down a challenging path. Since it can be difficult for most people — let alone a child — to describe what it feels like to be anxious, many parents are turning to workbooks as a way to self-educate and help their kids work through behavioral symptoms associated with anxiety and panic. From breathing techniques to CBT-inspired practices, see what's available ahead.