6 Childhood Anxiety alerts to help you identify what’s worrying your child.
Why is it so difficult to calm your child’s inner alarm? What will soothe her sense of impending doom?
You can see that your child is sad, afraid. Whatever is happening is more than moodiness and deeper than typical childhood fear. Words like “fidgety,” “tense,” “high strung,” or “timid” are fast becoming markers of your son or daughter’s childhood.
You realize that something serious is going on.
Is This a Case of Childhood Anxiety?
Childhood anxiety has an appropriate place in the lives of children, just as it does for adults. When there is real danger, your child’s body needs to activate important inner resources. Her internal alarm communicates to the rest of the body that a reaction is needed. A flood of anxiety, at the appropriate time, […]