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.

Why Children with Cats Have More Mental Health Issues

Cats can make terrific pets, although a study reported that children with cats have more mental health issues than those without cats. Read on for more.

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.

Why Teen Anxiety is Skyrocketing

Teens have always felt some levels of anxiety, but numbers for anxious teens has been on the rise over the last several years.

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.

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 an Anxious Child’s Lack of Sleep Now Leads to Depression Later

Your anxious child may get cranky and uncontrollable without enough sleep, but even bigger problems, like depression, can be waiting down the line if insufficient sleep becomes an ongoing habit.

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.

How Exercise Helps Anxious Children Cope with Bullies

Regular physical activity can help anxious children in numerous ways, especially when it comes to coping with bullies. Read on for more!

Yet More Reasons to Teach Your Anxious Child Mindfulness

We've long touted the benefits of mindfulness for anxious children, and here come yet more reasons to incorporate a regular mindfulness practice into you and your child's lives.