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Monthly Archives: August 2014

ANXIETIES AND FEARS IN CHILDREN-PART 7

How Parents Can Help Their Child: The child’s fears depend on his or her level of anxiety, past experience, and imagination.  Sometimes, you can give the child more time to try to avoid those events and situations that trigger them.  It may take the child a few months to deal with the fears.  There was Continue Reading

ANXIETIES AND FEARS IN CHILDREN-PART 6

“Common Fears of Toddlers and Preschool Children:” Fear of separation: This fear was mentioned several times.  Toddlers’ anxiety about separation is an indication of growth.  After the age of 2, the child worries about and is puzzled over a parent’s departure.  Parents should always tell their child that they are leaving.  The child needs to Continue Reading

Anxieties and Fears in Children-Part 5

Helping Kids Overcome Their Halloween Fears and Phobias I know I love the Halloween days when I was a child.  I dressed up like Hopalong Cassidy with my friend and headed to collect candies by cutting through the cemetery near my house.  We were scared and ran as fast as we could until I fell Continue Reading

I was interested to add dreams to anxieties and fears in my training.  I researched to understand, learn and be informed about dreams.  I know when I was a child, I would have dreams like ghosts where in my life and found myself awoke and under the covers.  Research said “One out of every four Continue Reading