Unfortunately, kids don’t always tell us what’s bothering them. So it’s often up to parents to figure out how to help kids share and overcome their fears.
When spouses stay alert to changes in each other, they can catch warning signs of possible mental health issues early on and seek the help they need.
While the cause of stress in your children depends on a variety of influences, you can provide hope and support through security and comfort.
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Popular speaker and author Patsy Clairmont describes how her life was once shaped by severe panic attacks and agoraphobia, and how she was able to overcome those struggles with the help of God, her church community, and group therapy. She offers listeners, particularly women, practical advice for pursuing emotional well-being and living life with faith, …
One of our goals as parents must be to manage our own thought bubbles so that we can be a model for our kids.
Face your anxiety so you can embrace your marriage
I may be scared at times and I may be concerned about whether or not I will have the proper PPE for the front lines. Despite that fear, however I know that one thing is certain: God is my protector and He is always available to me.
Overcoming anxiety is something that we as parents must be intentional about. We must be purposeful in practicing how to focus on the present rather than uncertainty about the future.