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Would Learning an Instrument Help or Add to My Child’s Anxiety?
Studies show that playing a musical instrument can enhance several functions of a young person’s brain, including long-term memory, reaction... READ MORE
How to Teach Your Kids Positive Self-Talk
Anxious children and teens tend to see the world as a more hostile place than other kids do. They also... READ MORE
Improving Social Anxiety Starts with Eye Contact
For a child or teen with social anxiety — which affects 6.8 percent of the U.S. population —making eye contact... READ MORE
5 Breathing Exercises for Anxiety Relief
Your child comes to you saying their heart is pounding. Their breath is quick and shallow, and they can feel... READ MORE
7 Recipes for Kids with Attention Disorders
It's established that foods with potentially harmful additives such as artificial colors and flavors may contribute negatively to the symptoms of attention... READ MORE
How Spending Time in Nature Offers Natural Anxiety Relief
For those who struggle with anxiety — around 18 percent of the U.S. population — spending time in nature can offer scientifically... READ MORE
Is Breakfast Really the Most Important Meal of the Day?
“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” is a claim we're all very familiar with ... but is... READ MORE
What Situational Anxiety Is and How You Can Help
While fleeting anxiety can be a normal part of life, for some kids it can be so intense as to... READ MORE
Will My Child’s Anxiety Get Worse with Age?
If left untreated, children with anxiety disorders are at higher risk to perform poorly academically, miss out on important social experiences and engage in substance... READ MORE
The 6 Top Breakfast Foods for Kids with Attention Disorders
Breakfast is important, because the brain needs fuel to function properly. Our bodies need food to make enough energy to... READ MORE
6 Foods that Help Ease Anxiety in Kids
Proper nutrition is the first pillar to helping your child shine brighter, and you probably already understand the importance of an organic... READ MORE
A Look into Your Child’s Educational Rights
Once you learn your child might require some special education services, it’s easy to fall into the abyss that obtaining... READ MORE
5 Great Vacation Ideas with Kids with Anxiety
We hear you — few things sound less relaxing or restorative than a vacation with the whole family. For kids with... READ MORE
The Best Foods for Sick Kids [By Illness]
Being sick is hard enough, but watching our little ones suffer is even worse. While we may wish we could... READ MORE
What to Do if Your Child Is Hanging with the Wrong Crowd
Have you noticed troubling changes in your child or teen? Negative behaviors can crop up after a change in schools,... READ MORE
Why Do Kids Have Imaginary Friends?
It may be disconcerting the first time your child high-fives their an imaginary friend or engages in a full-blown conversation... READ MORE
The Link Between Dyslexia and Anxiety
When a child struggles with dyslexia, a learning disorder that affects how a child reads or interprets words, they may struggle... READ MORE
How to Talk to Teens About Sex and Romance
As your child grows through the teenage years, they will find themselves romantically attracted to a special someone. From the... READ MORE
Explaining Anxiety to Younger Children
In today’s “go, go, go” culture, anxiety, and stress seem to be a typical part of adult life. Indeed, anxiety... READ MORE
Tips on Conducting Conflict Resolution for Kids
As much as we’d like to avoid it, conflict is a normal part of childhood, especially between siblings and among... READ MORE
Are Gifted Children More Susceptible to Anxiety?
If your gifted child or teenager experiences anxiety, you may wonder whether high intelligence or ability may cause those worries or stress.... READ MORE

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