Why There’s No Point In Your Teen Revising When They’re Stressed [Podcast 007]
In this week’s Beat Exam Stress podcast we’re looking at why we struggle to get our teens to revise – and why there’s no point in your child revising when they’re stressed.
We’re going to talk about:
- what happens in your child’s brain when they’re stressed
- why this means revising will be a waste of time
- 3 ways you can press ‘pause’ on this process and shift their state, so they can get the most from their revision time
- why this can be a brilliant strategy to improve their exam performance
Podcast Episode 7: Why There’s No Point In Your Teen Revising When They’re Stressed
Catch Each Episode!
- 7 1/2 Quick Fixes For Exam Stress – get started here
- May 3rd live online training – get your ticket here
- Video: 3 Early warning signs that your child is struggling with exam stress
- Podcast episode: How to keep your cool when your kid is kicking off
- Technique: Exam stress mind hack: slowing down your breathing with mindfulness
Over To You:
Was your child trying to fight their way through the stress in their revision time?
Which of these techniques have you been playing with?
What did they shift?
How could you help you child get in the right mood for revising?
Got questions? Insights?
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