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When eating in front of others causes anxiety
May 10, 2021
Jackson is 11. His anxiety about eating food in front of other people takes up a huge part of his day. His anxiety escalates as ...
Anxiety impacts the whole family
May 10, 2021
Here’s how you can help When a child or teenager experiences the challenges of anxiety, it impacts the whole family. Children and teens will usually ...
How much do I push my anxious child?
Mar 1, 2021
Summer doesn’t want to go on school camp. She’s in grade 3 and camp will be the very first time a night away from her ...
6 ways to help a child with anxiety
Oct 27, 2020
As the parent of an anxious child, you’re most certainly not alone. Millions of families all over the world are right there with you. Though ...
How to manage Coronavirus (COVID-19) anxiety with kids
Mar 20, 2020
Uncertainty is one of the biggest drivers of anxiety and so it probably won’t surprise you to learn that anxiety among children and teenagers is ...
Do I tell my child they have anxiety?
Feb 11, 2020
This is a question that I know parents of anxious kids can struggle with and not without reason. It’s understandable to worry about giving your ...
3 Thinking skills kids need to thrive
Nov 30, 2019
Although scientists can’t agree (because it’s difficult to measure), it’s estimated we have around 70,000 to 80,000 thoughts a day. The majority of these thoughts ...
Living with Anxiety
Aug 8, 2019
Anxious Kids co-author Dr Jodi Richardson is an expert on anxiety, having lived it and studied it. Here she takes us through her personal journey ...
How to live life in full colour with anxiety
Apr 28, 2019
Anxiety has a way of clouding over the brightest days. For some kids, anxiety can stand in the way of school camp, parties, sleepovers, performing, ...
6 critical skills for anxious kids
Apr 14, 2019
“I have seen self-harming in children as young as prep, grade one and two." This quote from a Victorian Primary School principal in The Age newspaper ...
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