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  • Social Anxiety Factsheet (for Schools) for Parents


    What teachers should know about social phobia, and what teachers can do to help students with the disorder succeed in school.

  • Asking for Help: Getting Past Obstacles for Teens


    Sometimes our ideas and beliefs stand in the way of asking for help. Here are ideas for teens on how to get past 5 common barriers to getting help.

  • Eating Disorders for Parents


    Eating disorders are common among teens and kids, especially young women. Read about the warning signs, prevention strategies, and ways to help a child with an eating disorder.

  • Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) for Parents


    Avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) is an eating disorder. Children who have it are extremely picky eaters and have little interest in eating food, which can lead to poor growth and poor nutrition.

  • Dealing With Difficult Emotions for Teens


    Negative emotions are impossible to avoid and everyone feels them from time to time. They may be difficult, but they don't have to be stressful. Find out how to deal with stressful feelings.

  • Anorexia for Parents


    People with the eating disorder anorexia are very afraid of gaining weight. They have unrealistic views of their body and try to eat as little as possible. They also might exercise too much or do other things to lose weight.

  • About Serious Stress for Teens


    Serious stress can come from dealing with a personal crisis, a disaster, a health crisis, or a mental health condition that feels out of control. Here's what to do when stress gets really serious.

  • Fitness for Kids Who Don't Like Sports for Parents


    Some kids aren't natural athletes and they may say they just don't like sports. What then?

  • Dealing With Addiction for Teens


    Find out what you can do if you think you or a friend has a drug or alcohol addiction - from recognizing the warning signs to suggestions to help you stay clean.

  • Abuse for Teens


    Abuse means treating another person with violence, cruelty, harm, or force. It's never OK, and it's not the fault of the person who is being abused. Tell an adult you trust or call a helpline.