Childhood Separation Anxiety
A Conversation with Natasha Daniels
Happy New Year, friend!
Two years ago, I decided to create a series of on-demand videos about childhood anxiety.
I knew it would be hard, but I didn’t realize how hard.
Like all true labors of love, it took more time and money than I had and required technical and technological skills I lacked, and a learning curve so steep I often wept.
For the last two months, I’ve been trying and failing, watching hundreds of online tutorials, emailing random technical support wizards I found on YouTube (I’m looking at you, Eran Bucai), and breaking down.
But guys, I DID IT.
And I am deeply proud of the results.
I made this course to help those with anxious children in their lives who need some outside reframing.
No kids? No problem! These videos are helpful to anyone with anxiety.
For a limited time, the course is available at a PRE-SALE price with a $30 discount, at just $149 until January 14th.
If you're in need but struggling financially, EMAIL ME, and let's figure something out together.
CHILDHOOD SEPARATION ANXIETY
When my memoir, Little Panic, came out, I spent over two years on a book tour and did many podcasts.
I have several I love, and this one with the child psychologist Natasha Daniels (whom I’ve mentioned before) is one of them.
I share it now because it’s an excellent preview of things I discuss in the digital workshop The Little Panic Approach to Supporting Your Anxious Child, but also because it’s a natural leadup to a piece I’m working on now that is, perhaps, the most personal How to Live piece I’ve ever written.
I hope today’s video resonates with you.
*I use an analogy in this conversation about a swimming pool that I learned from the legend Dr. Tamar Chansky.
Did you have anxiety as a child? Did this podcast resonate with you? If so, please share in the comments!
Until next week, I remain…
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