How to Help Kids Cope With Situational Anxiety

Anxiety is a way we humans have evolved to protect ourselves. In threatening situations, our brains release a string of responses that result in rapid heart rate, sweating, trembling, hyperventilating, and intense fear – all geared to prepare us for danger. This is the foundation for appropriate and adaptive anxiety. From Psychology Today.

Neal O'Farrell
Founder of GetBetter@Work and a recovering cybersecurity expert.

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