Kim Jocelyn Dickson (author of The Invisible Toolbox) talks about separation anxiety and letting go as parents.
A lot of young people are experiencing anxiety right now. It might be they are anxious about the pandemic, it might be they are anxious about attending school in person again, maybe they are going off to college and they’re living away from home for the first time.
Mango Publishing author and psychologist, John Duffy, joined us for an hour-long conversation about teen transitions and empty nest syndrome. Author Kim Jocelyn Dickson was also with us.
During that author panel, they talked a lot about teen anxiety and ways to support our children. John and Kim also talked about ways to support ourselves as parents!
This is a one-minute snippet from that conversation. If you want to watch the whole thing, which we are sure you do, please visit https://www.facebook.com/mangopublishing/videos/2190245317941703/ .
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