Children and families are finally resuming some of their pre-pandemic activities, such as summer camp, vacations and in-person school. For some kids, this return will also trigger separation anxiety.
As children learn and grow, one of the most helpful skills they can have in their toolkit is being resilient. This is how you can help.
Our job as parents is striking the delicate balance of teaching our children to be afraid of things that can actually harm them while not instilling too much fear and anxiety.
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.
As a parent, you can pay attention to anxiety in your child by looking for some of these warning signs.