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Personalized Cuddle Gift to Relieve Kids Worry - Poem Fairy Pillow for Girls

New for 2022 - A reassuring personalized pillow featuring a fairy and a poem about worry. 

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At times, children may feel as if the weight of the world is resting on their small shoulders, and they may be reluctant to talk about or share their concerns. Exams, the health or death of a relative or pet, moving home, starting a new school, and other concerns may be on their mind. This Fairy Worry Poem pillow is suitable for cuddling and hugging as a means of self-soothing. It's full of magical images, including a pretty watercolor fairy, flowers, and a toadstool. While sharing their secrets and worries, reading the poem while squeezing the pillow may help the child feel happy and safe. 

Gift to your granddaughter, daughter, sister, Goddaughter, or niece for her birthday, Christmas, or any other occasion. Can also be given to hospitalized children as a get well soon gift. Suitable for the bedroom, nursery, kids room, couch, bed, caravan, campervan or car.

How to help children cope with worry 


 Almost everyone experiences anxiety at times. Children are concerned with what they see or hear on the news. They are concerned with their appearance, their intelligence in comparison to others, and whether they are liked by their peers. Students worry about tests, failure, year-end grades, and transitioning to new schools or classes during the spring school semester. Anxiety and uncertainty are natural responses to the stresses that children face on a daily basis. However, some children worry excessively. Their anxieties and fears disrupt family life and normal development. 

For these anxious children, normal activities present frightening obstacles that consume their thoughts and emotions. Anxiety has a direct effect on learning. Excessive anxiety has a direct effect on cognitive functions such as problem solving and memory. The child develops a skewed perspective on the world. He or she perceives danger and threats where none exist. Sleep difficulties, clinging/dependent behaviors, aversion to new experiences, avoidance of social situations, separation issues, and morbid, repetitive fears are all warning signs of excessive anxiety in children. 

Physical symptoms such as stomach aches and headaches may also occur. There are numerous strategies for treating anxiety and enhancing a child's functioning. Parents must first acknowledge that their child's fears are very real. Compassionate listening, support, and encouragement foster understanding. 

Consistency in discipline strategies and household routines benefits the anxious child. Because children frequently set irrational personal goals, parents must set an example of appropriate behavior by having reasonable expectations of the child. 

Concerns about upcoming events can be alleviated by assisting the child in developing plans for how to handle specific situations that may arise. Changing schools, for example, is difficult for all children. The anxious child can be assisted by acclimating him or her to the new school prior to the school year's start. 

Understanding is critical; concerns about schedules, locker operation, physical education routines, lunch/snack routines, and getting lost are just a few of the numerous fears that frequently arise. When standard strategies and interventions are insufficient to help the child return to normal, age-appropriate levels of anxiety, individual counseling may be necessary. 

Cognitive behavioral therapy can assist in identifying specific problem areas, teaching new thinking strategies, enhancing relaxation abilities, and addressing underlying deficits in areas such as study skills, test taking, problem solving, self-confidence, and social skills. Evaluations by the child's physician and a mental health consultant are required before the counseling process can begin.

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