Common signs of back-to-school stress include crying, headaches and expressing fears about social situations or failing grades. Some stress is normal and to be expected, but when kids exhibit ongoing dread, fear or worry, it can indicate an underlying emotional issue – what Dr. Brad calls “trapped emotions.” Left unresolved, these feelings can have lifelong effects on kids, studies show. When these emotions are identified and released, however, it can help kids shift out of fear of starting school or a new grade, stop worrying about an upsetting past incident at school or school performance, and be more relaxed, conﬁ dent and happy at school.
Here are some simple and effective ways parents can help their kids that Dr. Brad can explain:
- Determine if a trapped emotion is present: Dr. Brad explains two tests, the Sway Test and muscle testing, to determine if a child or adult has a trapped emotion.
- Identify the emotion: Using ﬂow charts he developed as part of “The Emotion Code,” Dr. Brad shows how to identify trapped emotions and symptoms they may be causing.
- Release each trapped emotion and verify that it is gone. “By identifying the trapped emotion and bringing it to consciousness, we are validating the emotion and bringing a degree of closure to the situation that created it,” he says
“Children that have stressful and difﬁcult lives are certain to have trapped emotions, but any child can have trapped emotions, no matter how much love they receive or how favorable their home environment may be,” Dr. Brad says. “I can’t express how gratifying it can be to free little children from the grip of trapped negative energies that have the potential to ravage their young lives.”
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