I was at the park with my 2 year old son today and for some reason he was scared to cross a bridge that he traditionally has had no issues crossing. Then it dawned on me...could this anxiety issue that I'm grappling with be passed on to my son? We're expecting our 2nd baby in February and now I'm getting a little nervous about the potential that what I have can be passed genetically to my kids. Is this likely?
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