Generation Stressed (90)

Generation Stressed
Michele Kambolis

This is a very important book about how kids can overcome stress and overwhelm. We all experience such times; however, our kids are more prone to stress than we are because they don’t have the tools to deal with it effectively. This book offers some vital tools for parents to help their children to overcome anxiety.

There are more kids and teens that experience anxiety and depression than ever in our history. This should really alert parents and educators to try to do something about this huge problem which is becoming bigger by the day. Kids cannot grow, improve or mature if they are always overstressed. Parents and educators have to make sure that the lives of children are enriched and nourished with all the great things in life that will help them to develop into wholesome adults.

But instead, our kids are scared, anxious and worried. They have a lot of different stressors from school pressures to changes at home, scary headlines to social fears. Although anxiety is a natural part of life, we want to make sure that our kids don’t get overwhelmed by too much anxiety so that it takes a negative toll on their emotional and physical well-being.

This book is a GREAT easy to use book that is backed by scientific research, clinical evidence and personal experience. It’s a one-stop handbook on how to erase as much anxiety out of our children’s lives as possible.

Rating: 5 stars

Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth


About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.
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