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Freeing Your Child from Anxiety, Revised and Updated Edition: Practical Strategies to Overcome Fears, Worries, and Phobias and Be Prepared for Life--from Toddlers to Teens

Freeing Your Child from Anxiety, Revised and Updated Edition: Practical Strategies to Overcome Fears, Worries, and Phobias and Be Prepared for Life--from Toddlers to Teens [Kindle Edition]

Tamar Phd Chansky

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Childhood should be a happy, carefree time. Yet too many children are stressed-out and exhibiting symptoms of anxiety. In Freeing Your Child from Anxiety, childhood anxiety expert Dr. Tamar Chansky shares a proven approach for helping children build emotional resilience for a happier and healthier life.

Parents everywhere want to know: What is normal? How can you know when stress has crossed over into a full-blown anxiety disorder? How can you prevent anxiety from taking root? And how do you help your son or daughter break free from a pattern of fear and worry and lead a happy, productive life? Fortunately, anxiety is very treatable, and parents can do a lot to help get their children’s emotional well-being back on track.

Freeing Your Child from Anxiety contains easy, fun, and effective tools for teaching children to outsmart their worries and take charge of their fears. This revised and updated edition also teaches how to prepare children to withstand the pressure in our competitive test-driven culture. Learn the tips, techniques, and exercises kids need to implement the book’s advice right away, including “How to Talk to Your Child” sections and “Do It Today” activities at the end of each chapter. These simple solutions can help parents prevent their children from needlessly suffering today—and ensure that their children have the tools they need for a good life tomorrow.

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TAMAR E. CHANSKY, Ph.D., founder of the Children’s and Adult Center for OCD and Anxiety, has helped thousands of children overcome fears and gripping mental compulsions. She is also the author of Freeing Your Child from Negative Thinking, Freeing Your Child from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and Freeing Yourself from Anxiety.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1956 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 482 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 0804139806
  • Verlag: Harmony; Auflage: Rev Upd (29. Juli 2014)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00I7696L8
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Great Book for Helping Parents Work With Their Kids' Fears and Anxieties 13. August 2014
Von tswinnett - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
Fear is a natural part of childhood. From the monster under the bed to the first day of school, your children may experience all sorts of fears from time to time. Much of this is a natural reaction to trying something new and unfamiliar. With some children though, the fears and anxieties begin to negatively affect their quality of life.

I don’t normally review a lot of books outside of the Christian genre, but I have heard so many parents discuss the topic of childhood (and adult) fears and anxiety, I really felt this was an area I needed to explore. I was excited when a publisher offered me the chance to read and review the book, Freeing Your Child from Anxiety, Revised and Updated Edition: Practical Strategies to Overcome Fears, Worries, and Phobias and Be Prepared for Life–from Toddlers to Teensby Tamar Chansky, PhD.

This book is an approachable how-to manual for any parent who has ever questioned whether the anxiety and fear their child is experiencing is “normal”. I loved the idea that although the author does suggest getting outside help when needed, she broke everything down into doable steps for parents who want to help their children work their way through their fears.

The author uses the first half of the book to give parents some basic psychological information. She also spends a lot of time breaking down what she considers the basic steps for helping kids and teens with any sort of fear or anxiety. Although it can seem a bit repetitive at times, she details very carefully everything from what to say (and not say) to what specific things to do (and not do) when working with your child.

The second half of the book deals in more specifics by breaking down fears and anxieties into several basic categories. The second half also gives you ranges- for example – from clinginess to separation anxiety to panic disorder. I find this helpful because sometimes as parents we have our own worries and anxieties about our children. I remember more than one conversation as moms discussed whether or not their children would need a night light when they were in college. I finally met a mom whose child did and once we realized this totally together adult had not only survived, but thrived – even with a night light- everyone relaxed.

I only have a few complaints about the book. My first wish was that the author had factored in faith at some point. As a Christian, I believe God can play a huge role in helping our children face and conquer their fears. I think it is vital we teach our children over and over that God is always in control, loves us more than we can even understand and has a plan. We have free will within that plan, but God always wants what is best for us.

My second wish was that the author spent a little time talking about natural personality types and how what may appear as anxiety is really a child who is introverted and likes to sit back and observe before diving in to new things. These are the children who may react as anxious if pushed into something new too quickly. If you allow them to sit back and observe for a few minutes though, they will often step in on their timing and soar in the activity. Some children may also be late bloomers. They may want to learn to ride a bike or read later than peers, but once they are ready, they tend to master the skill in a fraction of the time it took other children.

The last area I wish the author had mentioned more was the idea that sometimes children are anxious because parents are pushing them in to activities they are not developmentally ready to participate in yet. Try forcing a six month old to potty train or walk and you will quickly see what I mean. Certain activities are meant for most children to do at certain times in their development. If a child has developmental delays or is gifted, these times may vary from the norm. Pushing any child too far too quickly though will cause stress and anxiety. Realistic expectations are the quickest way to “cure” that type of anxiety.

In spite of my wish list, I believe this is a very helpful book for almost any parent. If you and your child are struggling with fears of the garden variety or grappling with more serious anxiety issues, I would highly suggest you read it. While it may not solve all of your issues, it will at least help you and your child make steps in a positive direction.

This book was provided to me free of charge in exchange for my honest review. It will definitely have a place in my reference library to share with others.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Wonderful, not just for my kids, but for me, too! 29. Juli 2014
Von Ryan J. Dejonghe - Veröffentlicht auf
This book isn’t just for my kids: it’s for me. Before the second page, I knew this book would help me with my own struggles. Avoiding social situations? Yup. Nervous at big events? Yes. Sure, this book is meant for parents to help their children, but the advice in this book is so real and practical that everyone benefits.

The package presented here comes in nicely organized phases: first the reassurance that you can do this, then the signs of what to look for, then the different specific anxieties, and then the help that is available. After that, the heart-to-heart advice that actually works. As a parent having felt many of the issues my children go through, I can personally attest the advice in this book works.

This book uses logical steps and coaching, along with pictures and review bullets to re-enforce the core concepts. Later in the book, specific situations are discussed where the earlier training is applied to that situation. Without going into personal detail about my children, I can say that the steps are proven by my other research, as well as real life implementation. This specific book makes it easy to read, easy to find, and easy to apply.

Thanks to Harmony and Crown for making this book available to me electronically for review. Thanks to this book, I have been reassured, instructed, and improved, both in myself and my family.
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