Dear Mom & Dad, I Have Anxiety

A Book For Parents From A Child's Perspective

Non-Fiction - Parenting
58 Pages
Reviewed on 09/19/2016
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Dear Mom & Dad, I Have Anxiety: A Book For Parents From A Child's Perspective by Corine Toren is a helpful guide written from a child's perspective to all parents. The book shows how powerful the mind is and how anxiety can be conquered by being strong and positive. Every parent has their own way of bringing up their children, and the author tells readers how children consciously or unconsciously learn good and bad habits from their parents. This book will encourage parents to strive to become better parents, and try to understand the minds of their children.

Anxiety is around us and the author's frankness, opinions, and views on the topic are thought-provoking. The blending of the author's experiences and her advice to parents will guide all parents to be more involved in the lives of their kids, and make it more meaningful and balanced. The book will make all parents look deeply into the lives of their children to see if they are happy and contented. The author speaks about the topic extensively and gives good guidance to parents about how to help their child during difficult moments. The book is honest and the author's experiences are palpable, making readers connect easily to the words. The book also gives a peek into the lives of children who have anxiety, and what it is to struggle with anxiety.