Lori Wildenberg and I talk about hope for helping your child overcome anxiety, depression, or suicidal ideation. Lori almost lost her daughter to death by suicide and shares with us what she’s learned. Through her situation, she learned that even those parts of our lives that are messy and embarrassing can be used by God to help others. She shares things that build hope and things that bust hope.
In the recent days, anxiety has been at an all-time high not just in our country but across the world. Think your child hasn’t been anxious? Don’t be so sure. Do you know the signs and symptoms that would help you recognize anxiety in your child? Once you recognize anxiety in your child, you’ll want to know how to help.
There is no concern quite like the concern a parent has for a child. Especially a parent whose child suffers from anxiety. Worry, fear, and anxiety are crippling. Debilitating. Paralyzing. Parents long to help but just don’t know how. Read more for coping tips during anxiety producing situations as well as what parents should say, what not to say and what to do.