10 Ways to Deal With Worries

What do you worry about? We all worry – no matter what age we are; we have some things that we worry about. Sometimes we worry a little bit and sometimes we worry a lot, but we all worry about things and need to find ways of dealing with them.

We want to know your favourite ways to handle things that worry you. Share them with other children, you never know your advice may just help them to feel better.

There are lots of books with stories about worries, some of our favourites are:

Which one of these is your favourite? Do you know of any other books or even films about worries? Share them with us in the comments section below..

‘Do not worry’ or ‘fear not’ is mentioned more than 100 times in the Bible. One example is in Matthew 6:25-34. Do you know of any others?

So, over to you! We want to know, your top ten ways to deal with worries. You can read any of the books mentioned or Bible texts and use them as your inspiration to write your tips – Ten Ways to Deal With Worries.

You can be as creative as you can and write in any style you like! Be sure you reference your work with the book or Bible text that inspired you. We can’t wait to hear all of your tip and advice.

We will be sure to award prizes and share our favourites online and your work could also be published in a special book!

Your entry must reach us by the Closing Date: Friday 1st May 2020



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