Staying sane when the world goes crazy

In episode 55 of Superstar Practical Strategies, Deb talk about how to manage anxiety when bad things happen because many children and adults are experiencing heightened worry and anxiety as our world faces wars and natural disasters, unlike anything we have seen in our lifetimes. Our TVs and newsfeeds are full of bad news and terrible things happening to ordinary people just like us.

We must do what we can to manage our response to these things because it’s the only way we can stay mentally healthy in a crazy world. This podcast will discuss tips for ways to help the whole family deal with the worry of living with events such as wars and floods. Managing anxiety over world events: tips for a stress-free life.


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    Teaching Kids to Manage Anxiety

    Kids today are growing up in a fast-paced world where information and opportunity overload can be overwhelming.

    Based on many years of clinical experience as an Occupational Therapist, Deb Hopper has been using her Just Right Kids® Model to teach children to communicate and manage their stress and anxiety by:

    • Identifying their “body speed”,
    • Understanding their stress triggers, and
    • Implementing simple strategies to reduce anxiety and stress.

    “This is quite simply the best, most comprehensive and practical bookI have ever read to help teach children – and many grownups – how to manage anxiety. It is written in an easy to read way with lots of fabulous graphics. This brilliant book needs to be in every home, every school and every library.” — Parenting author and educator Maggie Dent


    • How the body reacts to anxiety and impacts on our ability to think and get an action plan together
    • How to teach your children to identify when their body and mind is anxious, and how to tell you
    • Sensory overload and how this can push children into being anxious
    • Strategies to reduce screen time that you can start today (because this will help reduce anxiety in your house and make life more peaceful
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