Tuesday, March 18, 2014

About Teens: Anxiety and Feelings

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From Amy Morin, your Guide to Teens

The teen years can be a tumultous time and many teens struggle with their rapidly changing feelings. Teaching teens how to regulate their emotions can be one of the best skills to help them become responsible adults. It's also important to be aware of potential anxiety disorders because many teens struggle with anxiety disorders that are treatable, but often require professional intervention.

How to Use Popular Media to Stay Connected with Your Teen
Stepping into your teen's world and learning about his music, favorite TV shows and video games can be a great way to connect with your teen. Find out how to use popular media to learn more about how your teen thinks, feels, and behaves.
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Why It’s Important to Teach Teens About Feelings
Sometimes teens struggle to identify and label their feelings. Find out why it's important for teens to be aware of their feelings and learn how to teach your teen how to be emotionally intelligent.
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9 Types of Anxiety Disorders Commonly Found in Teens
Teens are subject to many of the same types of anxiety disorders as adults. Learn about the symptoms of these nine anxiety disorders.

7 Ways to Help Kids Who Are Bullied for Being Different

 It can be difficult to hear that your teen is being buillied for being different. Find out how to respond in a helpful manner.

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