Now more than ever it is important to know the suicide warning signs and to feel comfortable talking about suicide and safety with your child.
Holidays are typically times for families to come together, but the coronavirus pandemic presents challenges to how to safely accomplish this.
As a parent, you can pay attention to anxiety in your child by looking for some of these warning signs.
The activities below can help your child learn ways to manage their stress and anxiety and understand that it is okay to feel worried, frustrated or sad.
As a parent, you can pay attention to mood changes in your child by looking for some of the depression warning signs below.