Boost Your Child’s Social-IQ and Self Confidence

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Video 1 – Is It Social Anxiety?

Learn where social anxiety comes from and what it looks like. Use the Social Anxiety Symptom Checklist to discover if you or your kids have Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD).

 

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 Video 2 – 6 Mind Traps and 5 Things You Can Do To Help

Understand what happens inside a socially anxious mind. Learn the first critical steps to being able to Coach someone through socially anxious moments.

 

 

 

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2 Comments on “Boost Your Child’s Social-IQ and Self Confidence

  1. I thank you for this video. Just last week my son had a breakdown at a family get-together. He has always had breakdowns when it comes to being around a lot of people even with family. In last week’s case, I thought it was that he just wanted to go home because he was bored. He tried explaining to me how he felt but couldn’t put it into words. I thought it may be social anxiety but now I know for sure. Something else that I took from this video is about the amygdala part of the brain causing the fight, flight, or freeze response with emotions. I have always wondered why my son does not speak to some people when they ask a question or say hello. He has told me in the past that he doesn’t know what to say when some people talk to him even if it’s just to say hello. His social anxiety kicks in and he freezes. People tell me that he won’t respond to them and they perceive him as being rude. Now I know what is physiologically going on within his brain. Now I can try to help him. Thank you so much!

    • Hi Kelly! Thank you for sharing your story. It helps other parents to know they are not alone. I hear what you are saying. When we can understand what’s going on for our kids or anyone else with social anxiety we can respond in a very supportive, helpful way. It helps us to make sure our kids don’t get labeled as “rude or uncaring”. This is not what they want for themselves and they certainly do not intend to hurt anyone else’s feelings by not responding or not responding appropriately. Be sure to check out video 2…it is a bit longer but well worth it when you hear the 5 tools you can start using right now. You’ve got this!

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