Kids desperately need more freedom, say University of British Columbia researchers.
It can cause anxiety, too.
Starting a new school year can be stressful. Here's how you can help.
Like adults, many children might show stress through changes in their behaviour, such as through tantrums, often due to the inability to cope with multiple stressors such as lack of sleep, hunger, or multiple setbacks in a day.
Up to 20 per cent of children and adolescents suffer from this disorder.
Parenting expert Alyson Schafer shares her advice.
Parenting expert Alyson Schafer shares coping strategies for helping children deal with anxiety.
Back to school. Three words that evoke dread in most kids and many more parents. While there were some definite ups, my son's introduction to school life a couple years ago was a fairly rocky one. So in an attempt to make this year's transition smoother, I'm determined to get a head start.
Camp is an exciting opportunity for kids to make new friends, explore their interests and enjoy the summer sun. But for some
Anxiety is the number one mental health concern for children. Our children are growing up in a highly anxious world, surrounded by a massive amount of stimulation and information. Here are some practical and important tips to assist you with grounding your children in this anxious world, and helping them develop their self regulation capabilities.