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When Asking For Reassurance Means “I’m Anxious”

Identifying Anxiety

It is typical for kids to have worries and to ask their parents questions about those worries. For example, it is not uncommon for a child to worry about a natural disaster befalling their town after learning about one on the news. It’s also typical and appropriate for a child to then ask their parents about the likelihood of a similar disaster occurring in their own hometown. However, some children are not satisfied by having their question answered once or twice.

What Happens in the Brain When You Feel Stress

Identifying Anxiety

Feelings can be confusing, and managing them is a challenge, even for adults. When your child understands that emotions or stress affect her body, it will be easier for her to manage those feelings. You can teach your child a simple model that demonstrates the brain’s reaction to stress. Understanding why her heart races, her tummy feels strange, or she feels flushed or shakey can help her manage her reaction.

Helping Students Deal with Academic Stress

Managing Anxiety

Students are heading back to school, which can be a source of stress for many kids and teens. Whether they feel overwhelmed by the amount of work a project requires or they feel anxious about taking a test in a subject that they struggle with, academic stress can be a challenge. Luckily, there are lots of ways to help your children manage their school work without overwhelming anxiety or stress.

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Read More about Mindfulness

Practicing mindfulness is one way that children and teens can learn to cope with stress and enhance their overall mental health.

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Looking for a Psychologist?

Getting the help of a trained, licensed professional may be the best thing for your child. The APA’s Psychologist Finder can help you locate a therapist in your area.

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