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We often tend to think about anxiety as something adolescents and adults experience. After all, young children don’t have responsibilities or anything that could seem to be a legitimate source of stress, right? Wrong! Anxiety can start very early in children. Separation anxiety is something we expect in children, but there are other kinds as […]
Culturally, we’ve recently witnessed national tragedies involving school shootings and other kinds of community violence, and with it there has been a rise in anxiety in children who may not always feel safe in their schools. This is a generation who have grown up with regular drills for armed intruders or other types of crises, […]
Our children challenge us to be better people, parents, and community members in a lot of different ways, and one of the challenging experiences a parent can have is having a son or daughter come to them and reveal that they are LGBTQ. This can cause a lot of confusion, questions, and even heartbreak. Generational differences […]