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How to Spot Anxiety in Your Child's Play---3 Tips to Manage It

It's 8:30am. You're ALMOST out the door for school when your little one picks up another toy to play. Because playing in serious work. Playing is the way little ones communicate to us. Obviously, they're communicating, I don't want to go to school! If only it were that simple, right? Play is the way little ones communicate to us. As a play therapist, I am trained to understand the what your little one is telling me through play. It's beautiful to see how they play exactly what they are experiencing in their life (like NOT wanting to go to school). Sometimes, there are imbalances in a little one's play, which can be a sign that there is some anxiety or discomfort. Bringing awareness to y

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