Anxiety or Aggression? When anxiety in children looks like anger, tantrums, or meltdowns
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Anxiety or Aggression? When anxiety in children looks like anger, tantrums, or meltdowns

Karen Young from Hey Sigmund states that when children are under the influence of an anxious brain, their behaviour has nothing to do with wanting to push against the limits. They are often great kids who don’t want to do the wrong thing, but they are being driven by a brain in high alert. Here’s where the adults in their lives will make a critical difference.

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