Supporting Anxious Children | Dr Samantha Ruth | Episode 161
Our teens can lock themselves away in their rooms, loose their desire to participate or achieve, lose their zest for life, become angry or moody. They can experience panic attacks and anxiety. We see that behavior and start wondering what to do about it, how to fix our kid. And all of these behaviors or outward signs can come from emotional pain. Our kids often have to deal with emotional pain, grief, and anxiety. Today’s guest has been there and has turned her pain into power. Her name is Samantha Ruth. She’s a coach, speaker, and author who digitally counsels people worldwide. Today she talks to Mighty Parenting podcast host Sandy Fowler about how she turned her pain into power and what we can do to help our kids do the same.
Our Guest: Samantha Ruth
Detailed Show Notes and Support at MightyParenting.com episode 161
The Art and Science of Saying No: Ditch Guilt, Find Time, and Enjoy Your Life More www.sandyfowler.com/saying-no with Sandy Fowler