-American writer and blogger Liz Petrone posted a picture of her young son’s little wrist with a tiny heart drawn on it that served to reassure him it’s gonna be okay. -Louise Mallet from Britain comforted her son and drew one heart on his palm and another on hers. They then decided that if one of them presses the heart, it'll send a hug to the other. -It's comforting to know that you can look at your wrist to remind yourself that there's somebody in your life who really loves and cares about you. -Try to calm your kid down by taking some deep breaths together. This will undo that initial nervous system response. -Create a “worry character” together with your child and give it a name. Have your young one talk to this character so that when your child calms it down, he’ll relax a little bit too. -At the end of each day, take 10 to 20 minutes for the “Worry Time” ritual, when your child can fully express all the worries and fears he or she had during the day. -Whether it be relationship issues, anxiety, depression, problems at work, or personal insecurities, you can use Liz Petrone’s approach to feel better.

Riddles are a great way to give your brain some much-needed exercise off the beaten path. Test your logic and boost your analytical thinking and wits with these mind-bending super hard riddles we’ve put together. Only the smartest people can solve these puzzles. After each riddle, you’ll have 15 seconds to figure out the answer. If you need more time, just pause the video!

-How many times do you need to open boxes and take out one ball to check its color to label all the boxes correctly?
-You need to figure out if the barrel is more- or less- than half-full.
-You need to distribute 10 sugar cubes among the cups so that each cup contains an odd number of cubes.
-Your task is to move just one pitcher to arrange them so that you get a nice full-empty-full pattern.
-Figure out how many marbles there are in the box.
-Name the game where those who are winning move backwards, while those who are losing move forward.
-Why did the boy stand up, walked up to the window, and threw some butter out of it?
-In what order do the buildings stand and which one should be restored first?
-How did the investigating detective know who had lied to him?

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