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i understand your condition. i want to assure you that most children even some grown ups face the same challenges. To overcome this fear, you need to develop your coping skills alternative ways to respond to such situations, such as "being brave" and thinking positive thoughts.Try and make being in the dark fun. Play flashlight tag. Have a treasure hunt and search for things that glow in the dark. Use your imagination to fight imaginary fears, like monsters. Many families have found “monster spray” to be a wonderful way to help a child cope with bedtime fears. Some children are comforted by having a pet nearby for nighttime company (even a bedside fish tank may help). It is also important that you keep away from scary TV shows, videos or stories that may add to your fears. finally learn to relax by applying some relaxation strategies to help you relax at bedtime and fall asleep. For example, you can imagine a relaxing scene, such as lying on the beach or watching a sunset. This will give you something else to think about while lying in bed to help distract you from your fearful thoughts.Here is the complete answer! Please let me know if you need any clarification. Please best with a 5*. Thank you and Godbless!!!
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