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Separation anxiety

Separation anxiety in babies and children is a fear of being separated from their parent or carer. Find out what you can do to help your child and when to seek help.

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Anxiety and pregnancy

Antenatal anxiety occurs when feelings of anxiety and stress won't go away.

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Anxiety and parenthood

Postnatal anxiety develops in the first year of parenthood and is common both in women and men.

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Anxiety.

Anxiety can be as equally as debilitating as depression but is often not recognised as a true illness, especially by parents themselves. New and expecting parents have often heard of postnatal depression, but are less aware of the risk of anxiety during pregnancy and early parenthood. Parents may delay seeking help, believing that because they are not feeling sad, the experience they are having must just be a normal part of parenthood.

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Anxiety in children and childhood fears | Raising Children Network

Anxiety in children is a normal part of development. Childhood anxieties and fears include separation anxiety, fear of the dark and worries about school.

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Big questions about childhood anxiety | Understanding Anxiety

Learn about childhood anxiety with Prof Ron Rapee, of Macquarie University, Julie Leitch, of WayAhead, and special guests, answering commonly asked questions.

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Separation anxiety in children | Raising Children Network

Separation anxiety in children is when children fear being parted from parents or carers. It’s normal from about eight months. You can help your child cope.

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Manage your anxiety and live the life you want MindSpot | MindSpot Clinic

Free, confidential mental health assessment to better understand your anxiety, stress, worry, depression and low mood.

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Anxiety in kids and teens | What is anxiety? | Kids Helpline

Anxiety is very common and there are treatments available to help overcome it. Learn more about anxiety by getting in contact with Kids Helpline today!

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Anxiety in children

Kids experiencing anxiety may come up with their own strategies to try and manage distressing situations. This often involves trying to avoid the situation or having a parent or other adult deal with it for them.

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