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Posts Tagged ‘Parenting Techniques’

How To Grow Your Child’s Distress Tolerance

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By Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

distress tolerance“Parenting is hard.”

How many times have you heard that?

It’s completely true, of course. Good parenting is supremely difficult. But have you ever thought about why it’s so tough? There are lots of reasons, including having to put your own life on hold, spending much less quality time with your partner and, of course, the countless frustrations those adorable kiddos cause every day.… Read the rest →

How To Support Your Teen with Social Anxiety

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By Deepak Santhiraj, MSW Licensed Clinical Social Worker

social anxietyAmerica is in the midst of a loneliness epidemic that has gripped the nation with unrelenting tentacles. You can read specifically about the statistical significance here.

Social anxiety has a crippling effect.… Read the rest →

The 5 C’s of Parenting a Child with Behavior Issues

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By Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

behavior issues

When you buy a lawn mower, what comes with it? A manual. New car? Have a manual. Coffee machine for your house? You guessed it. Manual.

Know what doesn’t come with one? A new baby.… Read the rest →

4 Clinically-Proven Rules for Parenting Kids with Anxiety

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As a parent, it can be difficult to know how to react when your child is anxious or has anxiety. Today, we’ll discuss how to communicate with your child, what tools to use to help them manage their anxiety, as well as the importance of anxiety education.… Read the rest →