Kids’ Anxiety Can Spike During The Summer
Kids’ anxiety can spike during the summer. Here’s why, and what parents can do to help.
With the end of the school year approaching, it’s natural to think that she might be relieved. She made it through another year. For this child, however, it’s the opposite. She does enjoy some parts of the summer: She likes swimming, has fun with her family and doesn’t miss homework. But with both of her parents working for most of the summer, she has to enroll in several week-long day camps. This means constant transitions and new rules. Long weekends away with family and friends disrupt sleep routines… There are several factors that can negatively affect anxious kids during the summer.
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