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Outsmarting Worry (An Older Kid's Guide to Managing Anxiety) Paperback – October 19, 2017
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Outsmarting Worry is a playful and empowering approach to helping kids through their anxiety. -- Chris Willard, MD (author of Growing Up Mindful, and other books)
Engaging with relatable examples, this book will empower children and their families to Outsmart Worry! An immediate conversation and action starter that helps develop skills and tools when worry gets in the way. -- Mary K. Alvord, Ph.D., psychologist and co-author of Conquer Negative Thinking for Teens, and Resilience Builder Program for Children and Adolescents
Dr. Dawn Huebner has a magical way of making overcoming anxiety easily accessible to children of any age! By teaching concrete tools to help kids move from Perceived Fear to Relief by dropping unnecessary Safety Behaviors, children can learn to Outsmart Worry in no time! A must read for any parent and child who has ever had worries get the best of them. -- Elisa Song, MD, Board-certified Pediatrician, California
Informally written, the text is clear and easy-to-read, and is broken down into steps with black and white illustrations that add humour and engage the reader... A useful book to add to the self-help section of the library. -- Barbara Band, School Library Association
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I am so disappointed that i read this chapter to him. I wish i would have skipped it without him knowing because ever since...almost immediately during reading this chapter he sunk down. The morning after, getting ready for school and his demeanor back to where it was before the book started, quiet, dark eyes, sad, scared. I hate that i read that chapter to him and i really wish it wasnt even in the book. It may be a turning point for some, but for my son, it did the opposite. Im hoping and praying i can get his mindset back to where it was before chapter 17.
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