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Why Teasing Can be Good for Your Anxious Children

April 28, 2017

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When done right, teasing can have a number of beneficial effects for anxious children. Keep reading to find out how to do it right.
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Is Your Anxious Child a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)?

January 25, 2016

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Anxious children may be Highly Sensitive children, a condition that makes them highly in-tune with everything around them. Read on for more!
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How Exercise Helps Anxious Children Cope with Bullies

September 30, 2015

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Regular physical activity can help anxious children in numerous ways, especially when it comes to coping with bullies. Read on for more!
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Cyberbullying Linked to Depression, Alcohol Abuse

February 27, 2015
Cyberbullying doesn't stop when your anxious child hits college, nor does its detrimental effects. Check out two studies that examined cyberbullying at the college level.
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How the Effects of Childhood Bullying Can Linger into Adulthood

September 30, 2014

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Even if bullying stops once your anxious child hits adulthood, the effects of the bullying can linger for years, resulting in mental and physical health issues.
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Sibling Bullying: When Your Anxious Child’s Bully Lives at Home

July 9, 2013

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Bullies are not just for schoolyards anymore. Your anxious child may have one right in your own home if he's subjected to sibling bullying.
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What TV Violence Does to Your Anxious Child’s Brain

March 16, 2013

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By the time your anxious child hits age 18, he or she will have been exposed to an estimated 200,000 acts of violence on TV. Ever wonder what all that violence may be doing to your anxious child's brain? Read more to find out.
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Social Anxiety and Helping Children With Anxiety Make Friends

February 27, 2013

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Children with anxiety often develop social phobias and fears that can lead to painful feeling of isolation. Learn 4 ways to help your child with social anxiety make friends fast!
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Why Your Anxious Child Should Start Journaling and How to Get Them Started Today

February 23, 2013

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Putting a pen to paper can do much more than create a comprehensive grocery list. The practice of journaling can help your anxious child cope with whatever is adding to anxiety. Check out what research has to say about journaling's benefits and find out how to help your anxious child get started with it.
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The Parent’s Guide to Bullying and Child Anxiety [INFOGRAPHIC]

February 19, 2013

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[INFOGRAPHIC} The Parent's Guide to Bullying and Child Anxiety infographic quickly shows you what bullying is, the impact it has on children with anxiety, and what you can do to help.
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