Narcissism vs. Child Anxiety and Why Both Are on the Rise

More young people and children today suffer from anxiety and narcissism than ever before. Find out how these two disorders are linked and what may be behind them.

How to Help Your Anxious Child with Digital Addiction

If your anxious child has fallen victim to digital addiction, intervention may be wise. Check out tips for the recommended 72-hour digital detox.

Group Therapy for Anxiety, Depression in Teenagers

We all know that social interaction is very important for teenagers. This concept may contribute to the success of group sessions for treating anxiety and depression in adolescents. Read more about it here!

How a Stressed-out Pregnancy Can Lead to Childhood Anxiety

Anxiety in children, and even adults!, has been linked to conditions as far back as the womb. Find out what they are and how to combat them.

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.

Connecting Chronic Fatigue and Anxiety in Teens

Sleep is highly important to our mental and physical well-being. It is even more crucial for children and teens, who need adequate, restful sleep to develop properly. Find out more about sleep and mental health in teens here.

How Names Play a Role in (Lifelong and) Childhood Anxiety: Part 2

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.

How Names Play a Role in (Lifelong and) Childhood Anxiety: Part 1

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!

Visiting Feelings: Teach Your Anxious Child How to Meet and Greet Emotions

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.

Sibling Bullying: When Your Anxious Child’s Bully Lives at Home

Bullies are not just for schoolyards anymore. Your anxious child may have one right in your own home if he's subjected to sibling bullying.