'Tis the season of midterms, family gatherings, parties, and much more. While the ushering in of the holiday season can be a joyous event for most, it can still be quite anxiety-provoking for some, especially for worriers. While we all worry from time to time "worry warts", however, may have a form of generalized anxiety where their worries seem to consume most of their day more days than not. For your little ones who seem worried about more things than not, one helpful method may be to assign a "worry time". This allows for stimulus control of worries-in other words.
Here's how to assign a "worry time":