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Is your child afraid of going to school? Is he unusually clingy and moody? Does he get scared easily? Well, if these sound familiar to you, chances are your child is having problems dealing with anxiety.
Anxiety is something we experience at various times in our lives. You do remember the anxiousness you felt as a child, do you? Well, some children are just born with an anxious temperament and are anxious all the time. I know I was. The problem with anxiety in children is that it can go unnoticed by parents and other adults, and as a result, these children would not receive the guidance they desperately need to manage it. Severe anxiety can harm the child’s mental and emotional wellbeing, and as a result, affect their self-esteem and confidence. Untreated anxiety can lead to other issues as a child grows up, so it is very important that we find ways to help children cope and tolerate anxiety.