Parenting - Behaviour | 0-18 yrs

8 Habits To Teach Children Who Worry Too Much

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Like adults, children also tend to worry. However, some tend to get over their worries or brush them aside, but some children just can’t stop themselves from worrying. As a parent, while your instinct would be to help your child get over his worries, you may not be sure how to do so.

Flip through our ClipBook to understand how you can help your child cope with his habit.

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Make A Worry List

There’s no point worrying about things that are beyond your control, because you can’t do anything about them anyways. And, rather than worrying about things that are within your control, just take...

Develop Critical Thinking Skills

By providing indoor and outdoor space for playing, along with time for pretend play, you provide open-ended opportunities for your child to try something and see the reaction; and then to...

Improve Sleep Hygiene

Some children have no trouble with sleeping, but some can lay awake on the bed for hours. Not getting adequate amount of sleep can make a child feel anxious, irritated and angry.

Eat A Healthy Diet

All children will respond differently to different kinds of encouragement, so here’s a range of strategies to arm yourself with to triumph at mealtime. Try one approach at a time and give it a few weeks to...

Stay Physically Active

Anyone who's seen kids on a playground knows that most are naturally physically active and love to move around. But what might not be apparent is that climbing to the top of a slide or swinging from...

Pursue A Hobby

Hobbies in children form the basic building blocks of life. Helping your children choose a good hobby and develop it over time can provide a number of benefits. These benefits could be either physical or mental...

Think Positive

Helping kids understand the effect of their thoughts, words, actions (and reactions) is essential in building a foundation for their future wellness. When kids learn how to think positive from a young age, they...

Stay Calm

Children need to feel their feelings, but too often, they become overwhelmed by them. When they’re visibly upset, that’s when parents tend to swoop in and offer comfort, perhaps with words...

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