Episode 112 |When Kids are Scared of Bad Weather with James Spann
Does the threat of bad weather make your kids (or you) seek out the nearest basement, the largest table to hide under, or the most interior room in the house? Are you worried your storm anxiety may be influencing how your kids respond to severe weather? Join Katy and Heather, along with special guest Meteorologist James Spann, as they discuss how parents can talk to kids about severe weather and get them “storm ready” without creating a sense of fear.
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Episode 112 |When Kids are Scared of Bad Weather with James Spann: Many children have a genuine fear of thunderstorms, but we can shape how they respond to fear by helping them be prepared. Make sure your children realize that storms are a blessing and they bring needed rain. Remind children that tornadoes are rare, but if they do happen where you live, all you have to do is follow your family’s plan to head to a safe shelter during the storm. Let your kids know that it’s okay to be afraid, but we can put out faith and trust in God to protect us.
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