Listen to kids thoughts

Now as we come out of lock-down into a very different world and preparing for back to school, many parents are asking how do I prepare my child? First thing and most important if your child is worried, talk to them and listen. Get them to open up. Keeping a journal is a great way too to work through thoughts and I’m a big believer in problems being worked out through writing them down. This is great too for teenagers, so if your child is past Fairy Elle stage (we recommend ages 3-9 for Fairy Elle) there are still lots of solutions and ways to help. According to the National Institutes of Health, almost a third of all 13 to 18 will experience an Anxiety disorder and apparently is steadily increasing. Whether this is that more people are opening up to what’s going on in their heads, or that more people are suffering from anxiety it’s important that we listen, teach them ways to be strong by exploring solutions. Emotional pain is very serious and according to Nicole Fisher, (Forbes), Emotional & Physical Pain Are Almost The Same - To Your Brain. It’s important to realise each and every person has problems but the tricks we use to deal with and manage them is what makes the difference. Therefore supporting a child’s emotional development by working through solutions and positive experiences are the foundation of resilience, wellbeing and happier lives. 🌟🧚‍♀️














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