How Selective Mutism Can Affect Anxious Children

Certain situations can be scary enough for anxious children that the children are unable to speak. Read on for more on the condition known as selective mutism.

When Picky Eating Can Indicate Anxiety, Depression or ADHD

Picky eating in children could be just a phase, or it could be a sign of underlying issues such as anxiety, depression or ADHD. Read on to find out what the latest research says about this common childhood habit.

Separation Anxiety: What’s Normal and What’s a Problem?

Separation anxiety is part of growing up, although it can also become something your child does not outgrow. Learn more about the disorder.

5 Awesome Gifts for Children with Anxiety

The best gifts for your anxious children aren't necessarily the shiniest or most expensive. They're gifts you give from the heart. Check out five that fit the bill.

How to Help Your Anxious Child Enjoy the Holidays

Anxious children can become even more stressed-out during the holidays. Here's how to

How to Help Your Anxious Child with Digital Addiction

If your anxious child has fallen victim to digital addiction, intervention may be wise. Check out tips for the recommended 72-hour digital detox.

Is Your Anxious Child Addicted to His iPad?

As with anything else that can create an obsession, compulsion and crowd out everything else in a person's life, anxious children can indeed become addicted to technology. Check out the warning signs.

The Parents Guide to Death, Grief, and Child Anxiety

There is no "right way" or "wrong way" for an anxious child to grieve. There are, however, some warning signs that may merit outside help with your child's grieving process.

Dos and Don’ts for Helping Your Anxious Child Eat Healthier

Turn healthy eating into a way of life with these Dos and Don't for helping your anxious child eat healthier and be happier!

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.