How to Help Anxious Teens (without Making It Worse)

Even the most well-meaning parents can make teen anxiety worse if they're not sure how to deal with it. Check out some dos and don'ts for helping your anxious teen cope.

How Child Anxiety Can Masquerade as Aggression

Child anxiety can be tricky, often taking on the form of aggression. Check out some sign that your child's aggression is really anxiety, along with tips for dealing with it.

Why Fewer Toys are Better than Many for Anxious Children

Helping anxious children thrive can mean gifting them with a select few toys instead of piles of distracting presents.

Why Anxious Children May Cyberbully Themselves

Big, bad, mean teens aren't the only ones who engage in cyberbullying. Some anxious children may do it to themselves.

Why Teen Anxiety is Skyrocketing

Teens have always felt some levels of anxiety, but numbers for anxious teens has been on the rise over the last several years.

Can Praise Backfire for Your Anxious Child?

Praise is a good thing, as long as you word it in such a way that it doesn't backfire for your anxious child.

What to Do When Your Anxious Child Refuses to Go to School

Anxious children can view school as a scary place and even refuse to go. Here's what you can do to help your child work through school refusal.

How to Plan Family Vacations with Anxious Children

Just because anxious children typically do not like a change in the familiar does not mean they will not enjoy a family vacation. These tips can help ensure they do.

Child Anxiety or Underlying Medical Issue? Symptoms Can be Same

In many cases, symptoms of anxiety and depression in children can be the same as a number of physical conditions. Read on to find out more.

How to Help Your Anxious Child Cope with Scary Events

Whether they hear about them on TV or from their friends or neighbors, your anxious child may learn about scary world events. Here's how to help them cope.