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Many children feel anxiety before christmas

"Many children feel anxiety before christmas" "Already the week before the christmas holidays, Bris has received several calls from children who are worried

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Many children feel anxiety before christmas
"Many children feel anxiety before christmas"

"Already the week before the christmas holidays, Bris has received several calls from children who are worried about the christmas and how it should be with the adults who drink too much."

"the Helpline, live chat and e-mails are open in the Breeze during christmas eve and new year's eve when the need is urgent."

"During the christmas season, expect the Breeze to get around 1 200 e-mails and calls from children and young people who are doing poorly. But already before the leave hear many of the thoughts on how christmas should be with adults who drink too much, family conflicts, loneliness and financial vulnerability."

"– We get about as many calls all year but the many expectations of what christmas should be do that the feelings will be extra apparent and urgent, " says Sara Walker, curator of the Breeze."

"A reason that christmas and new year holidays is especially stressful for those struggling with anxiety and concern is that both the school elevhälsovård and ungdomsmottagningarna is closed. During the christmas season, also spend many children more time than usual with his family, which paves the way for conflict."

" We try to meet the need of the aid by holding a live web chat where children can vent their questions and reflections for the christmas season. Our helpline, live chat and e-mails are also open as usual on christmas eve and new year's eve, " says Sara Walker."

"Among the children who contact Bris are those who never shared their feelings and thoughts in the past. The first step is to listen properly and take the problems seriously, something which many adults need to be better at, according to Walker."

"– Children will take very much responsibility for adult behavior and has therefore to talk about their problems. It is important to ask how children are feeling and be able to listen to the answer, even if it is hard to hear."

"be a good role model. Perhaps it is possible for example to avoid alcohol on christmas."

"Build a good relationship and a good dialogue with the children in your vicinity. Then, there is a greater chance that the child tells us if something doesn't feel good."

"React. When you see a child feel bad or be exposed in any way, make sure that you take a moment with the child and ask how he is feeling. Stay up and show that you are listening. Remain, even if the child tells you things that feels difficult to hear. Convey to the child that you as an adult can help."

"Shame - and skuldbelägg not the child. Many children take on great responsibility for adult behavior and often place the blame on themselves. Therefore, it is important to relieve the child in it."

"Act. You as the adult should act immediately if you see that a child is in distress. It may be to say to other adults who behave badly, or example, to ensure that children receive support from social services if they need protection."

"Search the support. Sometimes it can be difficult to know how you as an adult should act. All adults who feel concern for a child in their neighborhood can call the Bris adult helpline and get advice and support."

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