Back to School Wobblies
by Lisa Robbins
‘My teacher will be nasty. My classmates won’t like me. I won’t understand the homework. It will be different this year. I don’t ‘do’ change!’
Your child may tell it like it is. Lucky you.
Others keep a lid on fears. Signs emerge anyway: headaches, stomach aches, sleep problems, diarrhea. Anger and irritability.
Younger kids experience separation anxiety while teens are riddled by social anxiety.
As a parent, your role is to listen. A few words of sympathy about their feelings would be welcome. If your child flat out refuses to go to school, a meeting with the guidance counselor could help.
Support your reluctant scholar. Help him or her through early anxious days in an academic environment with a natural solution, tailor-made for him and his symptoms or for her and how she copes: homeopathy.
To learn about top remedies for school-goers’ anxieties click here.
Book a free chat to learn about homeopathy’s holistic solution.