Being A Mom with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

When you have OCD, your mind is constantly overwhelmed with anxious thoughts and worries. Can you imagine what it would be like to be a mother and deal with OCD? Read this article to find out more about a woman who balances motherhood with her struggle against OCD.

Talking to Your Teen about Dangers at School

As a parent, you have probably experienced some anxiety over your child's safety-- especially with the recent news of school shootings around the country. It's important to deal with your own anxiety, but do you know how your teen is feeling about his or her school safety?

Why an Anxious Child May be a Selfish Child

No one likes the child that never shares his toys or refuses to let others sit next to her. If your anxious child is that selfish child, check out some info that can help.

School Made Easier: An Strategy Guide for Your Anxious Child

The mere thought of going to school can start anxiety creeping into your anxious child's soul. Check out a new book that offers tips on alleviating anxiety and transforming school into a fun and educational place.

Recognizing Panic Attacks in Children, Teens

Panic attacks in adults are starting to gain more attention, but what does a panic attack look like in a teen or a child? And what does a child who is having a panic attack feel and think? Read about it here.

Does Your Child Have Separation Anxiety?

Every child goes through phases, but it isn't always easy to know when your son or daughter is experiencing something that may be harmful to his or her well-being. Do you know how to tell the difference between first-day-of-school jitters and genuine anxiety?

What Your Anxious Child’s Stomach Ache Could Really Mean

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.

Schools Find New Ways to Keep Students Relaxed

Stress in students has become a big problem around our country and in other nations, as well. Some schools are now actively working to find a solution to the issue by offering various stress relief methods. Read more about it here.

How to Help Your Anxious Child Make Friends

New friends can be a scary prospect for your anxious child, but there are things you can do to help. Read on for more!

Does Your Child Have ADHD, or Could It Be OCD?

ADHD diagnoses are becoming more common in children around the country. While the new awareness we have of the condition in children is good, it can be harmful to assume that ADHD is the problem without proper diagnosis and testing. Read about ADHD versus OCD in kids.