How to identify if your child is anxiety-prone

I have two boys.

The oldest is a boy who is shy and timid and has a hard time expressing his feelings.

The other is a girl who is also shy and shy and who’s also shy.

The girls love playing with their friends, but the boys love playing alone.

They have a lot of friends, a lot more than the boys, and they’re not shy about it.

I feel really good about the two of them and about how well they’re coping.

But my son is afraid of heights and afraid of water, and he doesn’t like to play in the water.

He wants to stay in the house.

I’ve been asking him, How do I find out if my boy is anxious?

And he always says, I don’t know.

He never talks about it, he never looks at me, he just doesn’t want to talk about it because it’s embarrassing.

So I just tell him that he’s going to be anxious and he can talk to me.

Then I tell him, I’ll call you if I see anything.

So the next day, I call him, and I say, I just want you to know, you’re going to have to talk to your mom about this.

But he doesn.

So he’s anxious and very afraid.

I told him that I just wanted to let you know, that I was worried about you, and that I would talk to you later.

But I didn’t say anything else to him, because I didn.

And when I called him later, I said, I told you.

You were worried about me, but I don�t want you worrying.

I just told him to talk.

And he said, Mom, I’m just afraid.

So that was a long conversation.

So, you know what, I guess, I think the hardest thing is for parents.

But that’s why I love to give you the information and to get you the best information for your child.

I really think that what you should do is, be patient and just be open to all the information that you can.