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It’s hard not to focus on what we have done or haven’t done to help our child’s anxiety or OCD. It is a slippery slope and many of us fall into the black abyss of self-blame.
In this episode of the AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I talk about why parents shouldn’t blame themselves for their child’s anxiety or OCD. I also talk about how this type of thinking can hold you, and even your child back.
Supplemental Reading: The Sexist History of Blaming Mothers for Mental Illness
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