Posted by Jed Applerouth, PhD on August 8, 2022 in Education, Featured, Jed Said
Everyone experiences anxiety some of the time. In the adult world, we grapple with our worries concerning, among other things, finances, health, relationships, and frequently how our kids are doing.
Teenagers grapple with their own suite of fears, many which center around the social relationships that are central to their lives. Teens worry about acceptance and rejection, avoiding humiliation, bullying, their mistakes living in perpetuity online, academic pressures, their families, their futures, and the state of the world that they are soon going to inherit.