Calming your anxious child : words to say and things to do / Kathleen Trainor.
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|Interurban Library||RJ 506 A58 T73 2016 (Text)||26040003181357||Main Collection||Volume hold||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781421420103
- ISBN: 9781421420097
- ISBN: 1421420090
- ISBN: 1421420104
- Physical Description: 249 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Anxious children may be afraid to be out of their parents' sight; they may refuse to talk except to specific people or under specific circumstances; they may insist on performing tasks such as brushing teeth or getting ready for bed in a rigidly specific way. For many children these difficulties interfere with doing well in school and making friends as well as with daily activities like sleeping, eating, and bathing. Untreated anxiety can have a devastating effect on a child's future emotional, social, academic, and work life. And since most kids don't naturally outgrow anxiety, parents need to know how to help.
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