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Posted on: April 27, 2021
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For the last several months the idea of getting back to normal has been like a tantalizing dream. But as more and more people became vaccinated that dream has steadily turned into reality. Many people, though, especially kids, have felt an odd sense of anxiety as they returned to once-normal activities. What’s going on?
According to Julia Burch, PhD, writing for the MaginationPressFamily website, “The return to in-person activities — particularly mandatory school — also brings a host of worries and uncertainties for children and parents alike. In particular, many introverted or anxious kids have come to feel more comfortable staying home during the pandemic and have had few opportunities to practice getting out of their comfort zone.”
What can you do to prepare your kids to get back to school and other group activities? Try these helpful practices, says Burch.
For a more in-depth discussion of each tip, see Burch’s full article here.
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