Cyberbullying and Your Anxious Child: Part 3 of 3

Cell phones, computers and instant messaging can make our lives easier, but they can also make it more dangerous for anxious children who become victims of cyberbullyiing. Check out what parents can do to protect their children in the third part of our bullying series.

School Bullying and Your Anxious Child: Part 2 of 3

If your anxious child refuses to go to school, you may have a bully to blame. Check out what parents need to know about school bullying in part 2 of our three-part series on bullying and your anxious child.

Bullying and Your Anxious Child: Part 1 of 3

Anxious children may have it tough on many levels, and one of those levels is the realm of bullying. Our three-part series on bullying and your anxious child may open your eyes as well as provide steps you can take to protect your child from this potentially deadly practice.

Child Anxiety Signs, Symptoms, and Struggles: When is it Time to Get Your Child Help?

How can parents know how much anxiety is normal in their children-- and what warrants concern? An understanding of the different types of anxiety disorders and their symptoms will help parents recognize when it's time to seek help for their anxious child.

Using Guided Imagery and Meditation to Help Child Anxiety

Vacations can soothe the body, mind and soul, and meditation-based guided imagery can give you and your anxious child an instant vacation with lasting benefits. Read on to learn more!

Teaching Your Anxious Child to Calm Themselves with Their Breath

Diaphragmatic breathing, also called "belly breathing," is not some strange or foreign concept. It's the natural way our bodies were meant to breathe and it can do wonders to help your anxious child calm down and eradicate stress. Read more to find out about this awesome tool.

Is Your Child Anxious Because They’re Gifted?

Gifted children tend to share a number of common characterisitcs, such as sensitivity, intensity, asynchroncity in development, a concern with fairness, and high expectations for others and themselves. While these traits form an essential part of a gifted child's personality, they may also lead to an increased risk for anxiety.

Is Your Anxious Child Violent and Angry? Perhaps Gratitude Can Help

When your anxious child lashes out in anger and violence, you may want to skip the lecture and go for a gratitude list instead. Several studies tell you why.

The Parents Guide to Teaching Mindfulness to Children with Anxiety

Want an anxious child that is calmer, more serene and has fewer fears and less anxiety? Mindfulness may be just what you need. Read on to learn what it is, how to practice it and how to pass it along to your children.

How Four Questions Can Help Assess if Anxious Kids are at Risk for Suicide

Emergency room professionals are in a a prime location to assess anxious kids for their suicide risk. A study determined four key questions such workers can ask to help determine the overall suicide risk so action can quickly be taken. Read on to learn more.