How to Parent Your Anxious Toddler

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How to Parent Your Anxious Toddler

How to Parent Your Anxious Toddler Everything you need to know about how to parent an anxious toddler and provide them with the life skills and coping mechanisms to help them thrive as they develop Bath time bedtime mealtime and play

  • Title: How to Parent Your Anxious Toddler
  • Author: Natasha Daniels
  • ISBN: 9781849057387
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Paperback
  • Everything you need to know about how to parent an anxious toddler and provide them with the life skills and coping mechanisms to help them thrive as they develop Bath time, bedtime, mealtime and playtime are all covered in detailed chapters which explain common misunderstandings Specific fears, phobias and separation anxiety are also addressed.Why does your toddler getEverything you need to know about how to parent an anxious toddler and provide them with the life skills and coping mechanisms to help them thrive as they develop Bath time, bedtime, mealtime and playtime are all covered in detailed chapters which explain common misunderstandings Specific fears, phobias and separation anxiety are also addressed.Why does your toddler get upset when his or her routine is disrupted Why do they follow you from room to room and refuse to play on their own Why are daily routines such as mealtimes, bath time, and bed time such a struggle This accessible guide demystifies the difficult behaviors of anxious toddlers, offering tried and tested practical solutions to common parenting dilemmas Each chapter begins with a real life example, clearly illustrating the behavior from the parent s and the toddler s perspective Once the toddler s anxious behavior has been demystified and explained, new and effective parenting approaches are introduced to help parents tackle everyday difficulties and build up their child s resilience, independence, and coping mechanisms Common difficulties with bath time, toileting, sleep, eating, transitions, social anxiety, separation anxiety, and sensory issues are solved, along with specific fears and phobias, and extreme behaviors such as skin picking and hair pulling.A must read for all parents of anxious toddlers, as well as for the professionals involved in supporting them.

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    1. Betsy Pauzauskie on said:

      I was amazed with and appreciative of the breadth and depth found within the pages of Natasha Daniels' book, How to Parent Your Anxious Toddler. Natasha notes that "Common toddler struggles are amplified for the anxious toddler." Toddlerhood, "development between the ages of one and three" is Natasha's primary focus. In addition to the targeted group of parents with anxious toddlers; I firmly believe this book can offer ideas, support, and guidance to anyone parenting a toddler.The organization [...]

    2. Tami Renshaw on said:

      This has been the best book I have read on child anxiety! It gave me great practical advice and I feel like I understand anxious kids better. I work with anxious toddlers all the time at work and now I know exactly how to help them at our center! I will be telling the parents who go to our center all about this great resource. I would recommend it for any parent with a nervous toddler or pre-schooler. There were creative ideas I had never even thought about.

    3. Tara on said:

      Excellent guide to anxious behavior in toddlers. Written in parent-friendly language, this book provides great strategies for handling anxious behavior. I love that she incorporates the perspective of the child as well as the parents. I will definitely use this book in my infant mental health practice. I received this book free in exchange for my unbiased review.

    4. Molly on said:

      This book gets itThis is the first parenting book I’ve read where I actually feel like they are talking about my son. If you have a child with anxiety this is a great starter.

    5. Tricia on said:

      Unfortunately this book would have been very helpful for me last year when I didn't know what to do with my 2.5 year old. While reading through this I incorporated a few pieces of advice, however most of their suggestions I just began doing organically on my own and through research on websites/blogs during the last year. Although the book has a nice format and all the information is nice to have in one place I'd say that if you have an older toddler much of the content will feel like "too littl [...]

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