I need some advice on how to talk to my son about his anxiety issues. He has always been a worrier, but I notice lately he has become more concerned about his health. He is always saying stuff like "my side hurts, is that okay?" Or "Where is my appendix, because my stomach hurts?" The poor kid was in the hospital a lot before he turned 5 due to asthma. I'm sure that didn't help anything. He is also worried to point of crying over that fact that my husband and I are flying to Las Vegas in a month. He is afraid the plane is going to crash. I have suffer from anxiety and panic attacks myself and I see this beginning in him. What do I tell him and what do I do?
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