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Parenting - Anxiety in Teenagers

<a href="/articles/parenting-anxiety-in-teenagers">Parenting - Anxiety in Teenagers</a>

Parents looking back on their own teenage years might think that anxiety was a normal part of the experience of awkwardly growing into their adult selves. And in fact, a certain level of anxiety is normal in everyone, says Dr Ron Rapee, Director of the Centre for Emotional Health at Macquarie University. But when your teen’s anxiety is starting to interfere with everyday life and preventing them from doing things they should normally enjoy, this could be a sign that your adolescent has a form of anxiety disorder. Read full article

How to Help Your Anxious Child

<a href="/articles/how-to-help-your-anxious-child">How to Help Your Anxious Child</a>

Anxiety is thought to affect around one in ten children, which makes it a very common, if not the most common, childhood wellbeing issue. Yet parents of children with anxiety are often confused. It seems that anxiety is part of your child’s personality, so how do you change it? And fears are a natural and important part of growing up, so how do you tell when your child has a problem? Read full article

Scare Tactics - When a Child Doesn't Want to Go to School

Ten minutes before we’re due to leave for school, my seven-year-old tells me, ‘I’ve got a sore tummy. I feel sick.’ Just a minute earlier she was running up and down the hallway with her little sister, giggling fit to bust. Now she’s clutching her belly and looking pale. Read full article