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Neonatal Snake Remedy Rhyme - Anxiety Coach

Updated on June 27, 2017

How To Overcome Snake Phobia

Northern Redbelly Snake
Northern Redbelly Snake | Source

Baby Snake Remedy ~ Rhyme


I have noticed that there is a trend
to be uncomfortable with snakes.
Some will quiver and shake at the very thought of a snake.
Well, I have a notion that I’ll call a "snake fright potion".
My solution is as simple as it can be.
When handling a snake, I have a bit of advice.
Your fear will disappear, if you:
hold a “baby" in your hand.
Its not just a snake ~
it is a neonate!
When you hold a little Red Bellied darling ~
“A baby”, you say and get all soft deep inside.
You will smile and you will coo….that’s just what we do!
Your voice pitch may rise as you talk to this little girl or guy.
We all have a little fear when first holding a newborn.
We hear all the advice to hold up the head, don’t hold too tight.
With a little one, we must be so gentle.
We all love when a baby plays with our fingers
as she or he weaves and winds.
We will say, "what a grip”, as it seems to hold on tight.
A baby will make you all cuddly inside,
they affect us in ways that we just cannot hide.
Your breath will stop and rise.
Does he or she look more like Mommy or Dad ~
Who can it be?
Or, "Just look at those big beautiful eyes"!
Is that a smile I see?
Who’s pretty red belly is that? !
As we give it a pat...


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There will be no counting of fingers or toes,
no longer there as far as we know.
This little one has been on the move from the start,
and every little wiggle can bring forth a giggle
that goes right to the heart.


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A favorite food has to be found.
You’ll need to make your search on the ground.
You may be thinking of looking for bugs.
But, this little one prefers worms, snails and slugs!

You’ll feel like you’ve accomplished a little snake charm.
Being oh so very careful to do it no harm!
Its best not to plan on making a bed.
Think of enjoying and releasing instead.


Snake Skin
Snake Skin | Source

Snake Skin - A Poem To Lessen Anxiety


Before letting go, I’ll give you a clue
Take a picture of him or of her and, best of all, you!
Pictures will bring back memories past.
Smiles that are gone are now sure to last.
You’ll be able to show how brave you have been.
You can now prove that you’ve touched a real snake skin!


Redbelly Snake On  A Rock
Redbelly Snake On A Rock | Source

New Home Plans For A Snake


Now, to plan this little one’s new home.
Better yet, make it close to your own!

Remember this sweet baby hunts food that’s alive.
Soft bodied critters are needed for him or her to survive.

Other accoutrements needed are few.
In fact, a spot in your garden will certainly do.

Think of a place with some sun and some shade.
You will smile in your garden and not be afraid.

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Tiny Snake
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Herpetophobia, Fear Of Reptiles

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Only 3 Kinds of snakes scare me:

1. Big snakes

2. Little snakes

3. Sticks that look like snakes

2 Timothy 1:7

“For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.”

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      Susie Lehto 6 months ago from Minnesota

      Patrica, thank you for the update on Heston Wayne. That sounds like a lot fun going on a survival adventure. I'm so glad he got to go, and thank you for share that good news. - Kudos!

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      Susie Lehto 6 months ago from Minnesota

      Peggy, I would not want to be around poisonous snakes. Yikes! I know the feel you must have about them. Thankfully, we don't have any that are venomous. - Thanks for visiting.

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      Patricia Scott 7 months ago from sunny Florida

      Hi I had to come back here again....Sunday afternoon my daughter and her family took Heston Wayne (my little grandson I write about here on HubPages) to an outdoor survival event. If you get a chance you can read about it in the hub the fight continues ....on my pages.

      Heston Wayne had his first encounter with snakes and loved it. He is fascinated and totally unafraid of all kinds of creepy crawlies ...frogs and now snakes are so very interesting to him.

      Angels are on the way to you this morning. ps

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      Peggy Woods 8 months ago from Houston, Texas

      I really know that snakes can be good for the environment in many ways but I would just as soon see them from afar.......not close by in my garden. We have so many poisonous ones here in Texas.

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      Susie Lehto 16 months ago from Minnesota

      RTalloni, thank you for sharing those facts. Honestly, a snake startles me when they catch my attention by surprise, but that passes fast because they are harmless creature around here. I wouldn't be so loving if they were harmful. - Kudos!

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