The holidays are filled with such joy, such excitement, such wonder. It truly is an amazing time of year.
But, it also has some parts that can be difficult for families.
Some kids have to go from Mom’s house to Dad’s house. Which is stressful.
Some kids are questioning the whole “Santa” thing. Which is stressful.
Some kids get sensory overload with all the bright lights. music, and busy crowds. Which is stressful.
Some kids don’t like being touched or hugged by extended family members and friends. Which can be stressful.
There are just so many factors and “issues” that pop up during holidays, and I haven’t even mentioned the “ungrateful child syndrome” on Christmas morning.
So, I’ve compiled a list of great tips that will help you and your kids through this dramatic holiday season.
Tough Holiday Situations
Tough Holiday Emotions
Anxiety In Kids
Helping Anxious Kids in New Environments
Please Don’t Kiss Me
When Kids Don’t Want Hugs and Kisses from Extended Family
Holiday Sensory Overload
When There’s Just Too Much Going On
Tough Holiday Questions
Hopefully this list will arm you with everything you need to have a less stressful holiday with your kids.
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