Kids’ fears

Being afraid is normal and natural. You should never laugh at other people’s fears, especially at the fears of a child. You shouldn’t tell a child who complains about a monster under the bed that his fears are nonsense and that he is making it up. Fear is painful, especially when you do not have adult critical thinking, when the line between fantasy and reality is rather unsteady.

There is another problem: children’s fears are not always noticeable to us. Children do not talk about many things that scare them and try to deal with fear on their own.

All a child who is afraid needs is support and acceptance. A child can be afraid of anything – even if for us it is strange, incomprehensible or funny. And to cope with fear, use all the proven methods: a game, laughter, a talk, a look from a new perspective.

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