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Children need skills to cope with stress

6:34 PM, Jun. 7, 2013
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Stress is a normal part of life and learning to cope with stress is an important part of growing up. Because children have not experienced many of the stressors that adults have, they lack skills to cope with stress.

Children deal with stress in many ways and some may develop physical, emotional and behavioral symptoms. You can help your child deal with stress by looking for warning signs and providing him or her with tools to control and deal with stress. There are signs that your child may be under stress.

Infants can be less responsive, cry frequently or become irritable. Preschoolers may ...

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