Children will avoid situations or things that they fear, or endure them with anxious feelings, which can manifest as crying, tantrums, clinging, avoidance, headaches, and stomachaches. Unlike adults, they do not usually recognize that their fear is irrational.
Self-Assessment Questionnaires on Anxiety
Sound Advice on Mental Health
Children’s mental health is an important part of their overall well-being. To help guide parents, the American Academy of Pediatrics offers a collection of interviews with pediatricians about child behavior, emotions and other mental health topics.
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