When it comes to raising anxious kids, sometimes the problems can’t be solved.
“Usually… problem-solving techniques work. Feelings are identified and processed. Problems are discussed and solutions are offered. We feel better and move on.
But sometimes there is that child who cannot let go of a problem.
There can be many reasons why they persist. Maybe they are anxious or expect that all problems have a solution, or they like the attention they get when they are talking about their problems.
Whatever the reason is, it can become unhealthy to continue to focus on a problem or complaint. So what do you do?”
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