Practical Ways to Support Your Anxious Child

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Reading time: 3 minutes

Suitable for: Families of secondary-age children

Are you worried that your child has a lot of anxious feelings, or seems worried, a lot of the time? Everyone feels worried or anxious at points in their life. Normally, there’s a specific reason behind it.

Your child may be worried about how a struggle with school work, moving schools, or coping with a significant change in their life. Children can also become anxious if they have a traumatic experience

Signs of feeling anxious include:



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