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Can Your Anxious Child’s Friends Impact Fear and Anxiety?

January 30, 2017

A study looked at how much influence children’s friends have on fear and anxiety. Parents definitely want to check this out to see what the study had to say.
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How Selective Mutism Can Affect Anxious Children

October 27, 2015

Certain situations can be scary enough for anxious children that the children are unable to speak. Read on for more on the condition known as selective mutism.
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What Your Anxious Child’s Stomach Ache Could Really Mean

August 27, 2013

Your child's stomach ache may stem not from something he ate but from the anxiety he's feeling. Check out more info on the anxiety to pain link and what you can do to help.
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How Names Play a Role in (Lifelong and) Childhood Anxiety: Part 2

July 30, 2013

If you thought naming your son Sue or Emily could induce anxiety, just wait until you find out what can happen if you name him Rabbit Head, Orange Tree or Stress Ball Billy.
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How Names Play a Role in (Lifelong and) Childhood Anxiety: Part 1

July 23, 2013

Names are part of what shapes a person's future and not choosing them wisely can make for a future full of anxiety and stress for your child. Read on to learn more!
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Child and Teen Anxiety in Another Culture

July 19, 2013

Anxiety disorders can affect people in any culture and of any age. Researchers recently sought to find out how common anxiety problems were in youth in a region of Africa. Learn what they discovered here!
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Why You Should Keep an Eye on Your Anxious Child’s Cartoons

July 16, 2013

Cartoons are not always for kids, and even those geared toward children can have higher levels of violence than shows geared toward general audiences. Read on to discover what the violent content can do to your anxious child.
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Visiting Feelings: Teach Your Anxious Child How to Meet and Greet Emotions

July 9, 2013

Feelings don't last forever, and the sooner children learn this, the better off they may be. Check out the book 'Visiting Feelings' to get a jump start on helping your anxious child process - and even enjoy! - emotions.
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Mayo Clinic Program Treats Child, Teen Anxiety

May 30, 2013

Parents of an anxious child or teen have a responsibility to find the best care for their son or daughter. Leaving an anxiety disorder untreated can lead to a number of problems in adulthood, so it's important to address the condition as early as possible. Read how Mayo Clinic is helping anxious children and adolescents here.
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The Parents Guide to Moving and Anxiety in Kids and Adolecsents

May 21, 2013

Anxious children tend to feel safest when all is stable. So you can just imagine the effects moving can have! Check out some research and tips outlining how you can make the move a bit easier for your child and the entire family.
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