Look For Signs That Your Teen is Stressed Out
When your child is stressed, you and your whole family are affected. It’s hard to see them struggle in school or with peers socially. If your child refuses to go to school and has such dread on Sunday nights it’s time to do something about this. This is treatable and your child can have the coping tools he or she needs to manage the “tricky thoughts.”
‘Adolescence can be an emotional time for most kids. But middle- and high-schoolers with learning and attention issues may experience more stress than their peers. They may also be more likely to develop anxiety.’
Don’t wait to get the help your child and you both desperately need for peace of mind and a healthy childhood. Schedule an appointment with a fellow mom who can give your child useful coping skills to use.