- Don’t minimize or brush off their fears as not real.
- Validate the concern that is behind the fear.
- Encourage the reasoning skills that have brought the child to the conclusion she has reached.
- Find one new thing to do a week together that is a little scary for you or your child.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
4 Ways to Help Your Child Overcome His Fears
By Marcia Hall - gonannies.com nanny expert
Fear is a primal emotion and essential for survival. Children fear things because they are small people in a very big world that they understand very little of. It is natural and normal for them to be cautious of new and unknown things. However, for some children, fear is a serious problem that gets in the way of their normal growth; emotionally, academically and socially. Parents who want to teach their children to trust their instincts so they will stay safe but also learn to take chances in life can follow these 4 simple steps.
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