1. Not All Children Have The Same Worries..
It is normal for children under three to have strong reactions when separated from parents. During early school years many children develop fears of insects, strangers, ghosts, etc. Teenage children can become shy and socially reserved. If our children’s fears are too strong for what is happening, or if they last too long, they may be suffering from an anxiety problem. For example, if a teenager who always does well at school becomes fearful about failing their exams, then the teenager may have developed an anxiety problem.
2. Be Aware of Any Changes in Your Child’s Behavior..
Although anxiety symptoms in children may be present, usually they’ll have trouble communicating the feelings – so…