Why smart kids worry: and what parents can do to help
"Therapist Edwards brings profound insight into the minds of gifted, anxious children in this parent-friendly handbook" -- Publishers Weekly, STARRED
Being the parent of a smart child is great?until your son or daughter starts asking whether global warming is real, if you are going to die, and what will happen if they don't get into college. Kids who are advanced intellectually often experience fears beyond their years. And parents are left asking, why does my child worry so much?
In this practical parenting resource, Allison Edwards guides you through the mental and emotional porcess of where your child's fears come from and why they are so hard to move past. For emotionally intelligent, observant, and inquisitive children who want to overcome anxiety, and for parents looking for a kid-friendly toolkit, Why Smart Kids Worry is the perfect resource that gives answersto questions such as:How do smart kids think differently What is the root of my child's anxiety and how can we overcome it? Should I let my child watch th enightly news on TV? How do I answer questions about terrorist, hurricanes, and other scary subjects?
Edwards' fifteen specially designed tools help smart kids manage their fears, anxieties, and become more worry-free.
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Why does my child seem to worry so much?
Being the parent of a smart child is great—until your son or daughter starts asking whether global warming is real, if you are going to die, and what will happen if they don't get into college. Kids who are advanced intellectually often let their imaginations ruin wild and experience fears beyond their years. So what can you do to help?
In Why Smart Kids Worry, Allison Edwards guides you through the mental and emotional process of where your child's fears come from and why they are so hard to move past. Edwards focuses on how to parent a child who is both smart and anxious and brings her years of experience as a therapist to give you the answers to questions such as:
Edwards's fifteen specially designed tools for helping smart kids manage their fears will help you and your child work together to help him or her to become more relaxed and worry-free.
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|subject_facet||Adjustment (Psychology) in children, Anxiety in children, Parenting|
|title_display||Why smart kids worry : and what parents can do to help|
|title_full||Why Smart Kids Worry And What Parents Can Do to Help, Why smart kids worry : and what parents can do to help / Allison Edwards|
|title_short||Why smart kids worry :|
|title_sub||and what parents can do to help|
|topic_facet||Adjustment (Psychology) in children, Anxiety in children, Family & Relationships, Nonfiction, Parenting|