Anxiety, or just anxious? There’s a difference.

A chart to determine whether your child is anxious or has anxiety. And what to do about both.

The organization Understood focuses on folks with learning and attention issues. You are likely to find its advice applies to your child without particular learning and attention issues, as well.

Understood writes:

“All kids feel anxious from time to time. But kids with learning and attention issues are more likely to struggle with anxiety. How can you tell whether your child’s level of anxiety is typical and appropriate, or something to be worried about?”

And offers:

An excellent chart to help you understand the difference between typical anxiety and an anxiety problem, and how to support your child in both situations.

Mental Wellness
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