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From striking up conversations with other parents at the playground, hosting playdates with our child’s new best friend, attending a birthday party without knowing the other parents there, and even just navigating the perceived (and sometimes very real) judgment from others, once we become parents we often find ourselves in social situations we may never have been in before.

Here to help parents work through any social anxiety they may feel and learn how they can best support the development of their child’s social skills in spite of a parent’s own fears, is therapist Justine Carino.From striking up conversations with other parents at the playground, hosting playdates with our child’s new best friend, attending a birthday party without knowing the other parents there, and even just navigating the perceived (and sometimes very real) judgment from others, once we become parents we often find ourselves in social situations we may never have been in before.

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84. Social anxiety in parenthood: Navigating play dates, mom-friends, and putting yourself out there with Justine Carino

Navigating play dates, mom-friends, and putting yourself out there

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