Don't worry about the kids so much - they don't need it
Do you worry about your children enough? Or too much?
It's a big dangerous world out there. Full of nasty people. And dangerous machines. Anything can happen. And your children are young. Ignorant. Inexperienced. Vulnerable. Defenceless. How can you not fret about them all the time? You've brought them into the world. You are responsible for them. You've got to keep them safe. If you don't concern yourself about your children, who will?
Over-worried parents become over-protective parents
Many a loving caring parent is haunted by thoughts like this. How can I keep my children safe from all the perils of the planet? You want them to grow up strong and capable individuals, able to look after themselves, but the thought of them getting into genuinely risky situations so they can learn to do that can make you break out in a cold sweat. You can easily find yourself becoming over-protective and turning into a molly-coddler.
The heavy personal costs of too much anxiety about the kids
But it's not just about being over-protective and inadvertently making it actually harder for your children to develop as independent individuals. Constantly agonizing about the safety and well-being of your children is a heavy drain on your own emotional and psychological resources. It raises your own stress levels. And people (including parents) who are stressed make significantly poorer decisions than people who are calm.
This means that the seemingly loving act of worrying about your children can actually be destructive on two fronts. It can limit the development of the children and it can have a negative impact on the quality of the parenting you are able to provide.
Don't let anxiety about your children wreck your parenting
So it's clearly very valuable to be able to take control over one's parental anxiety levels and manage them so that you can be concerned for your children in a healthy, constructive way. It's not about being an irresponsible parent who doesn't care. It's about knowing when to fret and when not to, and being able to do either, as appropriate.
How hypnosis can transform your anxious fears into realism
Worry less about your children is an audio hypnosis session for parents or guardians. Using the latest psychological understandings and the transformative power of hypnosis, this session will get you relaxing in ways you would never have thought possible. You will physically experience the effects of reducing worry in your body and in your brain.
Regular listening to this powerful session will allow you to develop a wonderfully calm, clear and objective attitude to the risks and opportunities of life - for yourself as well as for your children. You will discover how being less concerned about them actually makes you better able to recognize the risks that your children will meet, and how to deal with them effectively.
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