Why Fewer Toys are Better than Many for Anxious Children

Helping anxious children thrive can mean gifting them with a select few toys instead of piles of distracting presents.

Why Anxious Children May Cyberbully Themselves

Big, bad, mean teens aren't the only ones who engage in cyberbullying. Some anxious children may do it to themselves.

Can Praise Backfire for Your Anxious Child?

Praise is a good thing, as long as you word it in such a way that it doesn't backfire for your anxious child.

What to Do When Your Anxious Child Refuses to Go to School

Anxious children can view school as a scary place and even refuse to go. Here's what you can do to help your child work through school refusal.

How to Plan Family Vacations with Anxious Children

Just because anxious children typically do not like a change in the familiar does not mean they will not enjoy a family vacation. These tips can help ensure they do.

Why Today’s Teens are Perpetually Plagued by Anxiety

Teen years are typically stressful years, and one of today's teens speaks out on the biggest anxiety inducers of her generation.

Are You Addicted to Your Anxious Child?

If you find yourself doing everything for your anxious child without getting results or even gratitude, you may be addicted to helping your child. Read on to learn how to spot it and what to do about it.

Can Your Anxious Child’s Friends Impact Fear and Anxiety?

A study looked at how much influence children’s friends have on fear and anxiety. Parents definitely want to check this out to see what the study had to say.

How a Child’s Social Anxiety and Holiday Parties Can Mix

A child's social anxiety doesn't have to hinder the holiday spirit. Check out some tips for helping your anxious child enjoy all the season brings.

How to Manage Screen Time for Your Anxious Child

Screen time may have become the great American past time, but it shouldn’t rule your anxious child’s life.