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Don't Worry, Be Happy: A Child’s Guide to Dealing With Feeling Anxious, Paperback/Kindle Edition - £2 @ Amazon

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Does your child appear to worry a lot?

Perhaps they have frequent tummy upsets, or are irritable, tearful, angry or withdrawn?
Do they have problems concentrating or show a loss of enthusiasm for their usual interests?

These could all be signs that your child is struggling with feeling anxious.

This practical guide combines cognitive-behavioural therapy methods used by child psychologists in schools with simple activities to help your child to deal with feeling anxious. It’s aimed at children aged 7–11 because a lot happens in these years that can impact a child’s emotional well-being, not just now but for years to come.

Your child will be guided, with the help of Fiz – a friendly and supportive character they can identify with – through fun and engaging activities which are interspersed with useful tips, inspirational statements and practical information for parents.
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    My daughter got along with this quite well. Can recommend.
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    My boy thought this was very funny.
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    Thanks. Ordered for my son
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    I got this a couple of years ago for my daughter. She really liked the validation of her feelings in a book (as well as from me). Highly recommend 👌
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    An excellent deal. My eldest is Aspie and suffers with crippling anxiety. Something which explains it all in Black and White is fabulous
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    Ordered thank you
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    I’ve ordered it too!
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    Would be any good for a 13 year old boy with ADD and social anxiety? (edited)
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    It says between 7-11 but for £2 it’s worth a try. Xx
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