in answer to your question, how u help a child, depends on their age. it also depends on what the source of the stress is. all children need love, encouragement and a peaceful home environment. also talking with kids about their feelings and giving them an outlet to work out their bad feelings of anger, disappointment and sadness in dealing with the stress is good. Praying for our children often for their peace of mind, happiness and safety also helps..
Why is that child stressed up megiddofires? Well, I really don't have an idea what stresses a child, as I never remembered being stressed when I was a kid. Maybe a little weekend family outing or bonding will do the healing. Just spend time to be with him/her its always relieving to know you always have people who love you and support you through hard times and bad times.
by Goodpal 7 years ago
How do you cope with your negative mental chatter when stressed?Please share from personal experience what do you do when it becomes almost obsessive. Does the stress disappears when this inner dialog is silenced.
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Is it better to lie than to hurt someone's feelings for being honest?
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