Parenting Young Children: Addressing Fears of Being in Own RoomSep 13, 2019
Learn how to instill identity and purpose if your child has nightmares or fears of being alone in their own room.
When a child is safe and has fears of being in their own room or has nightmares, first, be sure to assess where the fear may be coming from so that you can problem solve.
If you established your child is indeed safe, help them to be comforted and feel safety. Help them to know they are safe by experiencing safety and comfort and not just talking about it. Then, talk with them about their identity and purpose. Help empower them.
Listen in on ways that I turn these conversations into empowering opportunities that help children know their purpose in life...to be a Territory Taker.
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