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Q: “My Anxious Child Is Convinced She Can’t Do Hard Things.”

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Q: “My anxious child often worries that she can’t handle new or difficult situations. How do I convince her otherwise?”Anxiety is good at making us believe that we can’t handle what comes our way.

The best way to convince your child that she can do hard things is not by telling her, but by showing her.What “showing” means will depend on the situation, but it will almost always mean breaking the seemingly insuperable situation or task into smaller parts.

Let’s assume your child is filled with anxiety over an essay that is due. She might be telling herself that she’ll never be able to finish the assignment.

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