Today I met up with this lovely and very skilled journalist from The Times of India in Copenhagen. We had a great talk about my book; The Danish Way of Parenting, Danish upbringing and cultural differences. I am looking forward seeing the piece published very soon.
5 Tips to Help Your Child Cope With Anxiety
Do not be afraid to talk about all feelings. There’s a reason they show up.
Some years ago, my family was hit by several sad events. Events that shook our foundation and burst the bubble of innocence, along with letting my children grow up with the belief that life lasts forever, and that everything is good and beautiful. It was as if illness and death struck our family like a string of pearls without end. Heartache hit when my children were 3 and 6 years old and both of rapid development, linguistically and cognitively.
I have never been afraid to articulate difficult feelings. I have a large capacity for holding a lot of emotion, and I believe strongly in looking at them in a critical way. At the time when our family was first confronted by the darker side of life, it was natural for me to act in a way that protected and looked after our children - as these events struck in and around my husband's closest relationships. He was away from home often, as he had to keep up with his work as well as find time for hospital and hospice visits.
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