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Question:I am looking for a necklace for my 7 year old daughter to wear daily. She suffers from anxiety, anger issues and ticks/OCD-type tendencies. What would you recommend?
Thank you for reaching out to us.
When I was reading your message, the first thing that came to me is a yellow and orange stones. We tend to store negative emotions like anxiety in the Solar Plexus chakra (related to the color yellow) and the Sacral chakra is related to emotional balance as well as release (related to the color orange).
Golden Tiger Eye may help with anxiety because it is a "feel good" stone and it can be quite grounding as well. I always turn to Tiger Eye when I feel anxious or if I need to a good pick me up boost.
Red Tiger Eye may also be beneficial as it can be good for emotional control.
Carnelian is another "feel better" stone and that I have found to be good for emotional balance. It may also help to deal better with emotions and help with anger.
For OCD, we recommend the following:
Amethyst (helps with OCD as well as anger), Lapis Lazuli, and Red Calcite (calming, helps anxiety and OCD).
If you are unable to find a necklace for her, you could also make/get a little mojo bag for her that she could carry with or keep around her.
Taking time out to meditate is a practice that I have found helps for emotional and overall balance. Perhaps this is something you can do with your daughter along with her crystals. I find meditating with crystals is incredibly calming for the mind, body and spirit even if I just do it for 5 minutes.
Previous articles you may find helpful:
Please Recommend A Crystal To Help With My Anxiety, Fear And OCD?
What Crystals Aid in Dealing with Anger Issues?
I hope you find this helpful.
*Disclaimer – Crystals are not a medical treatment and should not be used as a replacement for medical care. Please consult your healthcare specialist for your particular needs.
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