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143: Finding Joy: Health Anxiety - The PedsDocTalk Podcast

On this highly requested Finding Joy episode, I tackle health anxiety. Having had a child with stroke and seizure and dealing with repetitive viral illnesses over the last year, I offer some support and reframe when approaching worries around our ...

143: Finding Joy: Health Anxiety

On this highly requested Finding Joy episode, I tackle health anxiety. Having had a child with stroke and seizure and dealing with repetitive viral illnesses over the last year, I offer some support and reframe when approaching worries around our child’s health. I discuss:

  • Why health anxiety is common and difficult
  • What about our child getting sick makes us worried, frustrated, or gives us guilt and how to reframe
  • Three strategies to be more mindful during illness and around threats to our child’s health

Birth Story: https://pedsdoctalk.com/ryaans-birth-story/

Podcast about Repetitive illnesses: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/monday-mornings-with-dr-mona-why-is-my-kid-always-sick/id1501057527?i=1000549494964

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