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Some might find solace in Kierkegaard's affirmation of anxiety as "the dizziness of freedom," but most of us are more likely to identify with Jodi Picoult's assertion that anxiety is like a rocking chair: "It gives you something to do, but it doesn't get you very far." To get children beyond the worries that ground them, clinical psychologist Lawrence J. Cohen has devised a series of imaginative, interlocking strategies that parents can use in a variety of situations. The subtitle assertion that this is a playful parenting approach is no more marketing ploy: Dr. Cohen's solutions include some very light-hearted solutions to the anxieties of youth. A trade paperback and NOOK Book original.