G.K. Chesterton said:
“Fairy tales do not tell children the dragons exist.
Children already know that dragons exist.
Fairy tales tell children the dragons can be killed.
If children already intuitively know there are things in life that will scare them, how do we train them to deal with fear in a healthy manner? Do we just leave them to themselves to learn from others in the world how they deal with fear?
Preparing Your Kids For Fearful Things Ahead
In today’s world with all the scary possibilities heading into our future, parents are more sensitive to listening to the fears of their children. No fear is too small. Every fear will train for that time to handle bigger fears.
Here are 4 ways kids develop wrong ways to deal with fear…
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