You think you're stressed?
Understanding newfangled math concepts and learning unfamiliar vocabulary words are just part of your child's day. With the rest of the day devoted to juggling homework, extracurricular activities, friends and chores, it's clear that you may not be the only one who is stressed in your household.
Stress is a natural part of a child's life. However, when it becomes overwhelming, it can become more than just mentally draining. It can be harmful to your child's health.
To help your child cope with stress, here are the following tips.
For more details you can consult with Dr. Sharmistha Barai. Dr. Barai, a leading Child & Adolescent psychiatrist based in Saint Louis, Missouri can help you or anyone you know dealing with depression to find effective, medically-proven techniques to deal with the disease and other disorders. She specializes in general psycho-geriatrics, child and adolescent psychiatry, drug and alcohol.
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