Tips for Making Sports Happier and Healthier for Your Anxious Child

Contrary to the beliefs of some Monday Night Football fanatics, not everyone enjoys sports. Read on for ways to determine if your anxious children are hating the games and tips on how to change that.

Childhood Separation Anxiety and School Anxiety

If your child is experiencing separation anxiety, especially when he or she has to go to school, there are things you can do to reduce some of the stress and fear. Find out what steps you can take as a parent to help your anxious child.

Mayo Clinic Program Treats Child, Teen Anxiety

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.

How Sports Can Help (or Hurt!) Your Anxious Child

Sports can actually make your child's anxiety worse, although engaging in sports can come with a slew of benefits. Find out what that ballgame or soccer match may be doing for your anxious child.

Understanding Social Phobia, Anxiety in Teens

When your child has an anxiety disorder, you want to find out as much as you can about it so you can be a supportive and helpful parent. By reading this article, you will learn some information about social phobia (also called social anxiety) in teenagers. Hopefully what you discover will help you in your quest to better understand and aid your anxious child.

The Parents Guide to New Siblings and Anxiety in Children

A new baby can be a joy -- or not, depending on how your anxious child takes it. Check out some info and tips on how your child may react to a new sibling in the home and how you can make the experience more joyful for everyone.

Is the Nutritional Craze Hurting Your Anxious Child?

Low-fat, reduced-calorie, gluten-free -- read on to help ensure your anxious child is not suffering from the world's obsession with nutrition.

The Parents Guide to Moving and Anxiety in Kids and Adolecsents

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.

Give Your Anxious Child a (Super!) Creative Dose of Relaxation with Stress Free Kids

Relaxation techniques can be tough for adults to grasp, but StressFreeKids founder Lori Lite makes them fun, easy and super-creative for children. Check out two of her books and more!

Author Offers Advice for Dealing with Anxious Kids

Being a parent to an anxious child can be difficult, but there is plenty of information to help you out. Come read about how anxiety disorders in children affect parents and what you can do to keep calm when facing the challenge of parenting your anxious child.