Pushing Through Fear:
Learn How to Identify and Help Your Child Cope with Anxiety
Up to 20% of children will struggle with anxiety, which makes anxiety the most common mental health issue that children face. But anxiety can be difficult to identify at times. Some children appear happy and well-behaved, while other children can be disruptive and act out.
Anxiety can come in many different forms. It can involve situations such as being shy or uncomfortable in public, being fearful about personal safety or the well-being of a loved one, concerns about germs or persistent worrying about many different things. When anxiety is left untreated, the problem often becomes worse, and for some, anxiety can even become debilitating.