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Often one of the initial struggles parents face when their child has been diagnosed with anxiety or OCD is what to tell their child. Do they even tell them at all? If they do, is it going to help or hurt the situation?
I do have some strong opinions about this topic. I go into what I think and why I view it this way in my latest episode of the AT Parenting Survival Podcast.
If you are on the fence about how to talk to your child about their anxiety or OCD, this podcast episode is for you!
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