How to Help Your Anxious Child Make Friends

New friends can be a scary prospect for your anxious child, but there are things you can do to help. Read on for more!

Home Schooling vs. Traditional School for Children with Anxiety and ADHD

Ever wonder if home schooling may be a much better fit for your child than the daily anxiety fest of heading off to the classroom? Here are some things to think about to help you make up your mind.

How Names Play a Role in (Lifelong and) Childhood Anxiety: Part 2

If you thought naming your son Sue or Emily could induce anxiety, just wait until you find out what can happen if you name him Rabbit Head, Orange Tree or Stress Ball Billy.

How Names Play a Role in (Lifelong and) Childhood Anxiety: Part 1

Names are part of what shapes a person's future and not choosing them wisely can make for a future full of anxiety and stress for your child. Read on to learn more!

The Parents Guide to Children and Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety is never pleasant, but it's a normal phenomenon that your child should outgrow around age 2. If symptoms continue through preschool and beyond, you may want to take some action. Check out a slew of info and tips on helping you and your child cope.

Childhood Separation Anxiety and School Anxiety

If your child is experiencing separation anxiety, especially when he or she has to go to school, there are things you can do to reduce some of the stress and fear. Find out what steps you can take as a parent to help your anxious child.

The Parents Guide to Helping Anxious Children Cope with Test Anxiety

An estimated 40 percent of children suffer from some type of test anxiety. Check out how you can help if your anxious child is one of them.

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.

Social Anxiety and Helping Children With Anxiety Make Friends

Children with anxiety often develop social phobias and fears that can lead to painful feeling of isolation. Learn 4 ways to help your child with social anxiety make friends fast!

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.