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Take a look at some common symptoms your child may be experiencing if they’re having a problem with their anxiety:
Unexplained physical symptoms such as headaches and stomachaches.Being nervous, jittery, and hypersensitive.Decreased school performance or a lack of concentration.Avoidance of social activities or not wanting to spend as much time with friends.Tics, nervous habits, or compulsive behavior such as nail biting or hair pulling.Dangerous behavior such as cutting or drug and alcohol abuse.Excessive moodiness or outbursts of anger.Persistent worry that seems unjustified for the situation.Sleep changes or activity level changes.School avoidance or refusal.Being unusually or overly self-critical.A high need for reassurance. Outbursts of anger or oppositional behavior, even
though you know in your heart they’re a good kid, they just have all
this anxious energy coming out all wrong.
If you find yourself recognizing some of the symptoms
above, you owe it yourself and your child to keep reading to find out
what gets your child anxious and keeps them that way... Click to Watch a Short Video and Learn More
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