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  1. Anxiety at Home: Coping with Back to School Anxiety

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   Anxious feelings are normal and expected in children and teens returning to school, changing schools, or for first-timers starting kindergarten. This transition can be stressful and disruptive for the entire family. ...

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  2. Anxiety at Home: Coping with Nightmares

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   Nightmares can cause problems for both parents and children, not just because they interrupt everyone’s sleep, but because depending on your response, nightmares can contribute to difficulties with sleep onset and/or ...

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  3. Anxiety at Home: Happy Home

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   Happy Home: The power of predictability Like adults, anxious children and teens prefer to have a sense of control in their lives. They do not cope well with a disorganized, "spontaneous" family style. They ...

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  4. Anxiety at Home: Healthy Child

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   When a child has anxiety, life as you know it can come to a grinding halt with daily rhythms and routines lost in the chaos. Parents may find themselves arguing more with each other, letting a child get out of househ ...

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  5. Anxiety at Home: Healthy Parent

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   When a child has a cold, flu or a time-limited illness, parents often put a lot of effort and energy into getting their child well again, usually placing their own needs last. Most parents are able to do this because ...

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  6. Anxiety at Home: Making Friends

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   ...

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  7. Anxiety at Home: Parent Assisted Rituals

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   As the work towards helping a child or teen fight back against OCD gets underway, many families start to feel excited that exposure and prevention response (ERP) can help them get their lives back on track. They migh ...

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  8. Anxiety at Home: Returning to Routines

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   It is important that you have your child return to normal activities as soon as possible after a traumatic event, as in PTSD, or when your child's mood has dropped due to longstanding anxiety. If your youth has ...

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  9. Anxiety at Home: Rewarding Bravery

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   It takes courage, perseverance and hard work to fight back against anxiety. As your youth starts to take important steps towards bossing back his/her anxiety, s/he will start to notice improvements. These improvement ...

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  10. Anxiety at Home: Sleeping Alone or Away from Home

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   Anxious children and teens may prefer to fall and/or remain asleep with a parent or caregiver, either in the same room or even in the same bed. This gives them a sense of comfort and security, and for some parents th ...

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