Thursday, October 20, 2011

Tip #30: Don't Pass Your Anxieties to Your Children

There are times we all worry about something. The problem comes when you are unable to handle your anxiety and pass it on to your child. This brings us to tip #30.

Tip #30: Don't pass your anxieties to your children.

Children of worried and fearful parents become withdrawn and are at greater risk for anxiety disorder. When a teacher encounters a worried anxious child, it is almost assured that when they meet the parent there will be a worried anxious adult. These parents are usually over-protective and the child is unable to do many things independently. These children can many times be afraid to take risk or make mistakes. The worst part about these types of children are they usually are overprotected and are more likely to seek out unhealthy thrills as teens and young adults.

Parents make sure you are not passing on your anxieties and fears to your child. It will continue through generations. So, worried and fearful parents get help and stop the cycle now!


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