What’s in your toolbox?
I’ve got a great blog post at S-O-S Research today. I am talking about our “toolbox” and a great book that I have recently rediscovered; Your Anxious Child: How Parents and Teachers Can Relieve Anxiety in Children by John S. Dacey and Lisa B. Fiore. If you have a chance head on over and check out the full article.
“Too many times we stand aside and let the waters slip away, till what we put off till tomorrow has now become today. So don’t you sit upon the shoreline and say you’re satisfied. Choose to chance the rapids and dare to dance the tide.” (Source: Thinkexist.com)
Books on Anxiety
Over the years I have had plenty of books suggested to me about how to raise my anxious child. Some have been full of wonderful information and helped me have those aha moments while others, well – others left me slightly confused and feeling a little scared about the future for both my child and myself.
Then there are the books I have mulled through over the course of the years, but at the time I found that the content wasn’t appropriate for us. All of the strategies were for children older than ours and the concepts were a little out of reach.
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