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Exceptional Parenting Podcast

Nov 25, 2020

To celebrate the Exceptional Parenting Podcast reaching over 100 episodes we’re taking a look back at some of my favorite interviews so far! Over the past 100 episodes I have loved talking to other professionals in the field while educating myself in the process. It’s been quite the fascinating journey! This week I’m looking back to my chat with Natasha Daniels about how to support your anxious child.

When emotions run high, feelings are intense, and anxiousness is present in your child, it's hard to know what to do. 

Natasha Daniels, of Anxious Toddlers is on a mission to change that for parents like you and I who have kids with big emotions. 

If you've ever wondered how to help your child who seems anxious about things, when to intervene, and how to help them work through those strong emotions, this episode is for you!

Natasha is a mom and a licensed therapist with a very practical way of addressing anxious feelings in a way that supports kids' emotional development, but is still realistic. 

In this episode you'll learn;

  • How "normal" it is for kids to have anxious feelings
  • What NOT to say to our kids when they have anxious feelings
  • And three easy steps to support them through those emotions

You can find Natasha at 

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