It can be frustrating to watch your once confident and care free child pull back as fear and worry take over. In my clinical experience I have found that some people are more prone to anxiety than others. If a child is anxious, he or she may continue to experience anxiety throughout his or her life cycle. Therefore, the goal is not to eliminate fear or worry, but to help your child become comfortable with the uncomfortable. Here are a few tips that I have found to help an anxious child:
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is challenging. Meditation, mindfulness, yoga, Keto, Paleo, etc. It can be exhausting trying to figure out what works best for you and your routine.
I encourage you to focus on small, simple changes. You do not have to restructure your entire life in order for it to be healthier. One simple change can be starting a journal.
Having a balanced life means that there is plenty of joyful experiences. Joy helps us through tough times and allows us to focus on the good. It helps boost our mood and gives us the energy we need to be there for the important people in our lives. Here is a short and sweet list of 10 ways that you can bring joy to your daily life.
Bringing small bits of joy into your daily life can be simple and it shifts your focus to the good that is happening. Try one of these tips each day and make the move to living a more mindful and joyful existence.
I am a mental health therapist practicing in Henderson, NV. I have found that most of the people that I work with have lost themselves on the road to success. A key component of my treatment approach is assisting people in rediscovering their passions and restoring balance to their lives. This blog contains slivers of wisdom that I continue to discover while assisting people become mentally fit.