[Epub] ↠ Growing Up Brave Author Donna B. Pincus – Varanus.us

Growing Up Brave When Our Children Are Born, We Do Everything We Can To Make Sure They Have Love, Food, Clothing, And Shelter We Read To Them, Play With Them, And Comfort Them When They Cry But Despite All This, One In Five Children Today Suffers From A Diagnosed Anxiety Disorder, And Countless Others Suffer From Anxiety That Interferes With Critical Social, Academic, And Physical Development Dr Donna Pincus, Nationally Recognized Childhood Anxiety Expert, Is Here To Help In Growing Up Brave, Dr Pincus Helps Parents Identify And Understand Anxiety In Their Children, Outlines Effective And Convenient Parenting Techniques For Reducing Anxiety, And Shows Parents How To Promote Bravery For Long Term Confidence Perhaps Your Young Child Has Trouble Sleeping Or Separation Anxiety, Or Your Teen Suffers From Social Anxiety Or Panic Attacks Whatever The Issue, Growing Up Brave Can Help Using Methods Based On Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, You Will Learn To Identify Your Child S Fear And Anxiety On The Spectrum From Normal And Predictable To What Might Be Cause For Concern, To Promote A Secure Attachment With Your Child In Only Five Minutes A Day, Tools To Foster Coping Skills In The Face Of Anxiety Producing Situations, Strategies For Reinforcing Problem Solving Behavior, Adaptive Parenting Styles, And Much Dr Pincus Includes Stories From Her Practice Of Children From Preschoolers To Teens Who Have Overcome Their Fear And Anxiety Through Her Step By Step Approach, As Well As Information On Therapy And Medication Whether Your Child Has Been Diagnosed With An Anxiety Disorder Or Simply Needs Help Navigating This Increasingly Stressful World, Growing Up Brave Provides An Essential Toolkit For Instilling Happiness And Confidence For Childhood And Beyond.

[Epub] ↠ Growing Up Brave  Author Donna B. Pincus – Varanus.us
  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Growing Up Brave
  • Donna B. Pincus
  • English
  • 04 May 2018
  • 0316125601

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ↠ Growing Up Brave Author Donna B. Pincus – Varanus.us


  1. says:

    3.5 starsMuch of the book referenced cases of anxietysevere and in younger children than my 11 year old Still though a lot of helpful general info and techniques to improve feelings and behaviors A list in the book summarized a lot of what I found helpful The Dos and Don ts of Helping Your Child Get Brave A few general reminders DON T give extra positive attention to your child when she s complaining or distressed about separating from you It s okay to be caring and reflect her fe 3.5 starsMuch of the book referenced cases of anxietysevere and in younger children than my 11 year old Still though a lot of helpful general info and techniques to improve feelings and behaviors A list in the book summarized a lot of what I found helpful The Dos and Don ts of Helping Your Child Get Brave A few general reminders DON T give extra positive attention to your child when she s complaining or distressed about separating from you It s okay to be caring and reflect her feelings tell her you understand how hard it is to try to do this on her own, and you re going to be very proud of her for trying DO save the extra praise for after she s begun to approach the new situation, even for taking a small step toward the larger goal Say, You ve done a great job I m very proud of the way you try new things even when it s hard DON T pull your child out of tough situations because you want to avoid making a scene DO help her engage in developmentally appropria...


  2. says:

    This was a fascinating book It talked about all degrees of anxiety in kids Only about a quarter of the book was devoted to toddler issues but I read most of the rest because it was so interesting From a parenting book perspective I did appreciate that the author is a working mother That, and the fact that she runs a center for anxious kids and their families led to some very practical advice I also appreciated that she is a respected doctor in her field, some parenting books are written by This was a fascinating book It talked about all degrees of anxiety in kids Only about a quarter of the book was devoted to toddler issues but I read most of the re...


  3. says:

    This is the book that every parent wishes their child came with at birth It is an outstanding, well written guide that is based on state of the art research not just on opinion The book teaches parents practical, easy to implemen...


  4. says:

    I m in the middle of the introduction and I am already recommending this book to other people A 5 star first impression After finishing the book, I can honestly say that this book is a must read for all parents and teachers I envy the children who will grow up understanding that anxiety is just ...


  5. says:

    An good, easy to read book for parents to help children who sometimes have anxious times and how to support them the correct way.


  6. says:

    As a mother of a young child with an anxiety disorder, I found this book very helpful The content in this book is geared towards a wide age range of children This book does a great job of covering the content it intends, helping parents identify and u...


  7. says:

    This book contained a lot of great descriptions of how anxiety manifests itself in children and teens as well as some great suggestions of what to try in order to help such a child or teen I m looking forward to trying them and seeing if they help.


  8. says:

    The child who gets a stomach ache every day before school The child who collapses in fear of a butterfly The child who has trouble attending social events because they are nervous about interacting with others The teen who can t go anywhere without a friend or parental lifeline or the one that refuses to go anywhere at all or when they do, indulges in illict substances to relieve their anxiety These and other children and teens with anxiety issues weigh heavy on their parents and caregiv The child who gets a stomach ache every day before school The child who collapses in fear of a butterfly The child who has trouble attending social events because they are nervous about interacting with others The teen who can t go anywhere without a friend or parental lifeline or the one that refuses to go anywhere at all or when they do, indulges in illict substances to relieve their anxiety These and other children and teens with anxiety issues weigh heavy on their parents and caregivers minds This book may be able to help.This is a very helpful book about one way of tackling child anxiety issues The author has a two pronged approproach, involving CBT Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for the child, aimed at disrupting the anxiety cycle between emotional responses, behavi...


  9. says:

    This is a very thorough book written for parents on how to help their children conquer their anxiety It has very specific instructions on how to use Cognitive Behavior Therapy CBT , which is a skill based, hands on, and evidence based approach.The first three chapters are an overview on understanding childhood anxiety It gives an idea of what are normal fears at various ages and what are not It also briefly covers how parental interaction can influence a child s anxiety Reading through this This is a very thorough book written for parents on how to help their children conquer their anxiety It has very specific instructions on how to use Cognitive Behavior Therapy CBT , which is a skill based, hands on, and evidence based approach.The first three chapters are an overview on understanding childhood anxiety It gives an idea of what are normal fears at various age...


  10. says:

    In Part I, Growing Up Brave provides readers with a deeper understanding of anxiety disorders and its manifestations, helping caregivers to decide whether or not a child s behavior should be of concern In Part II, parents are given practical suggestions on how to enhance their daily interactions to help their young children feel less anxious andbrave, focusing particularly on special playtime and bedtime routines Most of the suggestions are focused on younger children, but the author doe In Part I, Growing Up Brave provides readers with a deeper understanding of anxiety disorders and its manifestations, helping caregivers to decide whether or not a child s behavior should be of concern In Part II, parents are given practical suggestions on how to enhance their daily interactions to help their young children feel less anxious andbrave, focusing particularly on special playtime and bedtime routines Most of the suggestions are focused on younger children, but the author does provide brief discussions on modifying the activities for older children The third and final section on strategies to lessen anxiety was the bulk of the book and, for me, the most interesting The vignettes of real children and families throughout the book help illust...

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