How Children with ADHD can ‘Stay Cool’ when Dealing with Emotions

Emotions can be tough for any child, but add ADHD into the mix and dealing with feelings can be an even bigger challenge. A new book offers insights and helpful hints that can ease the overall challenge.

The Parents Guide to Divorce and Child Anxiety

Your divorce may have a more powerful and longer-lasting on your child's anxiety than you may think. Read on to learn more.

Help Anxious Kids Get Emotional with Two Books by Psychologist Mary Lamia

Children have just as many as emotions as adults, and they may even be more confused as to where those feelings come from or what they mean. Mary Lamia's two books help children learn how to deal with and use emotions to their advantage. Check them out!

The Parents Guide to ADHD

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, may not have a cure, but it does have various treatment options. Read on to learn more about the treatments, symptoms and myths of ADHD along with ways parents can help their anxious children cope with the disorder.

What TV Violence Does to Your Anxious Child’s Brain

By the time your anxious child hits age 18, he or she will have been exposed to an estimated 200,000 acts of violence on TV. Ever wonder what all that violence may be doing to your anxious child's brain? Read more to find out.

The Power of Yoga for Helping Children with Anxiety

Yoga hasn't been kicking around for thousands of years for no reason. It's benefits extend to every age, background and fitness level and it can be particularly soothing for anxious children. Learn how to get started with yoga for your anxious child today.

How Gaming Affects Your Anxious Child’s Brain

Gaming is a way of life for some kids, but that way of life can be a horrible one for your anxious child unless you're fully aware of gaming's negative effects and how you can turn all that negative into positive. Read on to learn more.

6 Ways Science Shows Nutrition Can Help Child Anxiety

Groundbreaking research proves that what children with anxiety eat impacts their ability to cope with stress in a positive way. Learn 6 ways science shows nutrition can help child anxiety.

Why Your Anxious Child Should Start Journaling and How to Get Them Started Today

Putting a pen to paper can do much more than create a comprehensive grocery list. The practice of journaling can help your anxious child cope with whatever is adding to anxiety. Check out what research has to say about journaling's benefits and find out how to help your anxious child get started with it.

The Parent’s Guide to Bullying and Child Anxiety [INFOGRAPHIC]

[INFOGRAPHIC} The Parent's Guide to Bullying and Child Anxiety infographic quickly shows you what bullying is, the impact it has on children with anxiety, and what you can do to help.