How to Help Your Anxious Child Get to Sleep

Sleepless nights can all too often be a reality for anxious children. Check out these tips that can help your anxious child get to sleep, and stay asleep, all night long.

Anxious Children and Bullying: How Girls are Bullied More than Boys

When it comes to bullying and anxious children, girls are at a greater risk than boys on several levels. They're not only bullied more frequently than boys, but they are more negatively impacted. Read on for more.

How to Tell if Your Anxious Child is Addicted to Video Games

There's a line between an anxious children who enjoys video games, and those whose gaming is disrupting their life. Check if your child is crossing the line.

How to Help Your Anxious Child Overcome Perfectionism

Perfectionist children are frequently anxious children, but parents have a number of ways to help them break the habit. Read on for more.

How to Tell if You Over-Nurture Your Anxious Child

Over-nurturing your anxious child may seem like it's helpful, but you can actually be hindering your child's development and growth. Read on for more.

How to Help Your Anxious Child Build Mental Strength

While you may always remind your anxious child about healthy body habits, take some time to do the same to build a strong and healthy mind. Read on for more!

How Parents May be Increasing Child Anxiety

Parents want their children to be happy and serene, but they may be engaging in behaviors that are actually adding to child anxiety. Read on to find out more.

Why Picture Books are Ideal for Helping Child Anxiety

Having a hard time discussing something with your anxious child? Let a picture book do the talking.

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.