Children can suffer from depression and anxiety. Depression is deeper than the normal feeling of sadness that can happen to any child while growing up. Depression is deeper and may interfere with their normal activities, schoolwork and interests. Anxiety looks different from depression in that it is defined as deep feelings of worry and fear. Anxiety affects a child’s sleep, eating and behavior. Here are five behaviors to look for in your child that may mean he or she is suffering from either anxiety or depression.
How To Make A Kid-Friendly Fairy Garden
How to make a kid-friendly fairy garden? If you are here, reading this article then that means you are looking for some recreational activity that certainly your kids can do. By the title, you have already guessed that I am about to tell you about the fairy garden idea. Yes, you are right. Today after […]