Helping the anxious child

Eckhart Tolle nailed it when he said, ‘Worry pretends to be necessary, but serves no useful purpose.’ Anxious people all too often believe that they need to worry about certain events so that they will be adequately prepared for every eventuality, but this is a fallacy – worry actually saps our mental strength, and pessimistic people have been proven to be less able to handle disasters than optimistic people. In this article for, I write about 'Helping the anxious child'