You want to help a child who’s struggling with anxiety.
You’d love to find solutions that help you support your loved one, but you don’t know where to start.
You feel as though you’re alone on this journey with your child, and that no one can relate to what you are going through and feeling.
You long to feel empowered, but the whole situation leaves you feeling helpless.
You’re feeling overwhelmed because there’s so much information out there, but it doesn’t always seem to fit your circumstances.
I hear you.
I’ve been there, and I’m here to offer you support.
I believe that learning how to help and support your loved one who’s struggling with anxiety doesn’t have to be overwhelming.
It’s not about having it figured all out right away.
With the right tools and resources, anyone can do it, one small step at a time.
“Thank you for providing resources for parents managing childhood anxieties. I’ve struggled to know what to try with my own child, and the breathing techniques your wrote about were so helpful and a great place for us to get started!” – Laura
“I just wanted to thank you and let you know how much your book recommendations have helped me help my son. He’s found a lot of comfort as we’ve read and talked about what we are reading together.” – Maria
Imagine having peace of mind, knowing that you’re learning ways to help your child learn to relax and be mindful.
Imagine yourself in the middle of a community that cares about your struggles with anxiety and understands your worries, because they’ve walked the same journey before you.
What if, instead of feeling uncertain, you knew exactly what to try?
When you join the Living the Life Fantastic (LTLF) community, you’ll find the peace of mind to help you help your loved one who is struggling to manage their anxiety.
Despite the fact that my husband and I had our own anxieties as children and adults, it was startling for us to realize that we had four bright, gifted children who were struggling to cope with their own as well. Helping our children navigate anxiety and anxious thoughts felt quite different from managing our own.
We were filled with so much confusion, doubt, worry, and a fear that we were failing our kids and letting them free fall. We desperately wanted to be able to help them cope and lead healthy lives but we didn’t know where to start. Traditional parenting books and tips just weren’t helpful.
Determined to help, we began searching online, reading books on childhood anxieties, seeking professional help, and talking with teachers and other parents. As we dug deeper, we discovered ways to help our children navigate their own path through a variety of situations. We made it through with a sense of strength, perseverance, and confidence. We even started a local support group for other parents in the same situation.
Today, our children are thriving, happy, and learning to face, share, and manage their own anxieties.
I know you want the same things for your children, and I can help you get there.
At Living the Life Fantastic, I share the tips and resources my children have learned to use to manage their own anxieties, and help you find peace of mind.
“WOW! I wish I had found your site sooner. I have an almost adult child and 2 teens. All have struggled with anxiety. Your 31 Days of Peace series helped me help them. I was amazed to learn how much their breathing and self-talk were affecting them. Thank you for sharing your insight on this topic!” – MJ
“I found your site when I did a search for books for children with anxiety. Not only did I find books for my child and I to read together, I realized I wasn’t alone.” – Sam
Are you ready to worry less about what you can do to help your children manage their anxieties?
When you join the community at Living the Life Fantastic you’ll learn simple ways to help you and your child feel empowered and find helpful solutions.
I do love hearing from you. You can always email me if you have a specific question or need more guidance. I love connecting with my readers and hearing your stories, so let’s chat!
Disclaimer: I am not a therapist or a psychologist. The information provided here is meant to support others who are looking for help and resources. It does not replace the help of a mental health professional.