Why Timeouts Can Backfire for Anxious Children

Sending an anxious child into a timeout is essentially sending an anxious child into isolation. And isolation is not a good thing when emotions run high and misbehavior runs rampant.

How Chores Can Help Anxious Children

Giving your anxious child a slate of chores can do much more than help you out around the house. Check out the myriad benefits manual labor can bring to your child.

Why You Don’t Want to Spank Your Anxious Child

Spanking has sparked debate for years, yet a new study may be the end-all to put the debate to rest. Read on to find out what it says.

Is Your Anxious Child a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)?

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

How Dogs May Help Decrease Child Anxiety

Dogs can help children learn responsibility and cooperation while providing unconditional love. And a recent study also finds dogs may do wonders for reducing children's anxiety.

How to Help Anxious Children Cope with the Holiday Season

The holidays can be a time of laughter, parties, joy, goodies -- and increased anxiety for your already anxious child. Check out some tips to help them cope.

How Selective Mutism Can Affect Anxious Children

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.

When Picky Eating Can Indicate Anxiety, Depression or ADHD

Picky eating in children could be just a phase, or it could be a sign of underlying issues such as anxiety, depression or ADHD. Read on to find out what the latest research says about this common childhood habit.

How Coloring Books Help Anxious Children – and Adults

Coloring books have become the go-to tool for adults to alleviate anxiety and stress. Check out their myriad benefits and how you and your anxious child can enjoy them.

Separation Anxiety: What’s Normal and What’s a Problem?

Separation anxiety is part of growing up, although it can also become something your child does not outgrow. Learn more about the disorder.