How to Use Mindfulness to Reduce Anxiety for the Entire Family

Known for reducing stress and enhancing mood, mindfulness is not just for anxious children. The entire family can benefit with these five mindfulness activities.

How and Why to Savor Small Moments with Your Anxious Child

How often do you notice the small moments that unfold between you and your anxious child? Keeping tabs on them can enhance your relationship and your life.

What to Do for School Anxiety during COVID-19

School anxiety may be more intense than ever during COVID-19. Here are some useful tips for both anxious children and adults to make a smooth transition.

How to Help Your Anxious Child Stay Balanced during Coronavirus

Anxious children may be extremely sensitive to impact the coronavirus is having on the world. Here's how to help them stay calm and balanced.

How to Nurture Your Anxious Child’s Passions

When your anxious child has a passion, it's important to nurture it in a way that doesn't drain out the excitement or cause more anxiety and stress. Tips from this article tell you how.

Why You Don’t Want to Give in to an Anxious Child

There's a big difference between anxious behavior and "bad" behavior. Knowing the difference can help you set and keep boundaries with your anxious child.

How and Why to Teach Anxious Children Gratitude

Gratitude may be something we practice on Thanksgiving, but it's even better when it's a daily part of you and your anxious child's lives. Here's why.

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.