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Are You Contributing to Your Child's Anxiety?

Childhood has been commonly perceived as the carefree years of life or "hakuna matata." However, in today's world, a life of no worries seems to be a rarity. It is common to hear parents say, "It wasn't like this when I was growing up, why is my child always so anxious?" A certain degree of fear and anxiety is normal, but why does it seem like there is a sudden increase of children who suffer from it? Over the past two decades, there has been a large increase in the diagnosis of anxiety disorders in children.
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