Remember on Monday, when I posted “The Worry Song” for kids with anxiety? Well, something truly amazing happened…
My childhood best friend, a mom and singer-songwriter in California’s Bay Area, reached out to me that same day and asked if she could write a few verses to go along with my “delicious chorus.” Um, yes! A direct quote: “I love your song and now I’m obsessed with it…”
And now I’m blushing!
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Resources for kids with anxiety
Life can be especially challenging for kids with anxiety. There are good resources out there, including this recent interview with Dr. Dawn Huebner, a psychologist and author who specializes in anxiety, and parenting strategies like Nurtured Heart Approach®, which aims to build a child’s Inner Wealth™.
If you’re looking for good, in-depth resources on childhood anxiety, check out the links above. “The Worry Song” is not that. (I told you I was committed to telling the truth.) This is more of a fun resource, a little ditty that popped into my strange, creative mind one day this past summer when my oldest, a kiddo with significant anxiety, kept getting stuck.
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