Anxiety in Children: How Parental Narcissism Makes It Worse

How to become more aware of narcissistic parenting traits that hurt children

All of us who adore children and want to do the best by them as parents, grandparents, teachers, and helping professionals, are hearing a very common and disturbing theme: anxiety in children is increasing and more needs to be done about it.

We know how debilitating anxiety can be for adults, how it can become almost crippling at times. But adults can seek help and work on many self-care strategies to assist in their recovery. And even with this level of control, adults experiencing intense anxiety still find it difficult to cope.

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