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  1. Exam time

    solutions where possible. Anxiety is often worst at nigh

    Found on page: /parent/parents-a-z-mental-health-guide/exam-time/

  2. How to make a worry box: a guide for parents

    your child struggles with anxiety, creating a worry box

    Found on page: /parent/blog/how-to-make-a-worry-box-a-guide-for-parents/

  3. My daughter couldn’t go to school: what I wish I had known

    supporting a child through school anxiety and school 're

    Found on page: /parent/blog/my-daughter-couldn-t-go-to-school-what-i-wish-i-had-known/

  4. Phobias

    something; it is a type of anxiety disorder. When we are

    Found on page: /young-person/mental-health-conditions/phobias/

  5. Supporting my son through a crisis at uni

    struggled with depression and anxiety at university. | W

    Found on page: /parent/blog/supporting-my-son-through-a-crisis-at-uni/

  6. Coping with anxiety about leaving the house

    Coping with anxiety about leaving the house | Coping with anxiety

    Found on page: /young-person/blog/coping-with-anxiety-about-leaving-the-house/

  7. How to help your child if Christmas makes them anxious

    experience higher levels of anxiety during this time. On

    Found on page: /parent/blog/how-to-help-your-child-if-christmas-makes-them-anxious/

  8. School anxiety and refusal

    School anxiety and refusal | School anxiety and refusal | School

    Found on page: /parent/parents-a-z-mental-health-guide/school-anxiety-and-refusal/

  9. Supporting schools through the pandemic

    balance right | Levels of anxiety activity | How can I s

    Found on page: /professional/resources/supporting-schools-through-the-pandemic/

  10. Coping with emetophobia

    of the main symptoms of anxiety has always been nausea.

    Found on page: /young-person/blog/coping-with-emetophobia/