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All kids feel stressed sometimes. Here are some ways to cope.
What's on your mind? When you know what is making you stressed, you can take action to make it better.
What is stress?
Deal with homework stress
Try to focus on the moment. You may discover some new ways to calm your stress.
Talk about feelings
3 steps to worry less
Friends and classmates can sometimes make you feel stressed. Find out some ways to handle it.
Everyone has stress at home sometimes. Talking about it can help.
Talking to your parents
Therapists and counselors are trained to help kids with all kinds of problems.
Even when something difficult happens, like losing a pet or moving, you can get through it.
Coping with sadness
There are things you can do to stay healthy.
When you're fit, your body works well, feels good, and can do the things you want to do.
Fuel up with a healthy breakfast!
Sleep is more important than you may think.
Get enough sleep
When you're feeling worried and tense, your whole body can be affected.
Let's talk about school and what to do when you don't like it.
Kids who get along with their teachers learn more, and can ask questions and get extra help.
Ideas for you
Note: All information is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice,
diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.
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