What kind of thing would you say to children when it comes to dealing with worries and feeling nervous?
Notice the worry thought and get curious about it. Give it a name and create it into a character. Your worry is just a thought, it’s not YOU, just a thought. If there are many worries write them down to get them out of your head. This helps you to look at them in a different way, and you can start to come up with a plan to help you with the worries. Sometimes we also realize that some worries aren’t even that big. And then pick one action that you can take to help with a worry.
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