What is your child scared of? And what do you do to calm them? Tell Legal & General: voucher to win
Little children are packed full of joy – but it’s also quite common for them suddenly to become scared by things, too. And it’s our job, as parents, to calm their fears.
Legal & General would like to know what sort of things your child (under 5) is afraid of – and what you do to help them cope with their fears.
And you could win a £100 voucher for telling us!
Don't worry if your child is now older than 5 – or too young to tell you their fears: you can still join in by sharing what used to scare or frighten you as a child, and how your parents helped you through it.
Everyone who posts on this thread to tell us about their child’s fears and what they do about them (or their own childhood fears and what their parents did about them) will be entered into a prize draw to win a £100 shopping voucher.
We’ll keep this thread open until Tuesday February 28th, and we’ll announce the winner’s name on this thread on Wednesday March 1st.
This discussion is sponsored by Legal & General, the financial services company. You can read more about their advice on anxiety in children here. Please note that any comments you post here may be used by Legal & General in future marketing material.