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.

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.

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.

Why Anxious Children Need Recess

Certain schools' move to eliminate or decrease recess time is such a bad idea a new policy statement in Pediatrics stresses its importance. Read on to learn more about recess's function for anxious children.

Why You and Your Anxious Child Need Routine ASAP after a Tragedy

Tragedy and grief can disrupt your normal activities, but that disruption should be brief. Read why it's important to re-establish your familiar routine as quickly as possible following a traumatic event.

3 Things NOT to do for Anxious Children in Wake of School Shooting

You want to do the “right” thing when it comes to talking to your anxious kid about tragedies, such as the mass shooting at the Connecticut elementary school. But the number of “right” things to do can seem overwhelming. We make it easier to act by pointing out the “wrong” things to do.

Separation Anxiety and Panic Disorder: What’s the Connection?

Science shows that kids who have separation anxiety and adults who have panic attacks might have the same genetic quirk. Experts don't know yet if anxiety disorders are caused by environmental factors or heredity, but someone who has a genetic vulnerability may be at an increased risk for developing separation anxiety as a child or panic disorder as an adult.

TV Viewing May Have an Effect on Kids’ Sleep

It can be difficult to find appropriate television shows for your child to watch. Many programs on TV today are full of violence, gore and swearing. Unfortunately, a child's mind is likely to latch on to the more unsavory details in a show. How can this affect your son or daughter's health? Read about it here!