All children experience stress. A child’s stress may arise from his or her parents and home environment, school, peers, and/or from the child’s own expectations. Children express their stress through various behaviors. Recognition of these behaviors, and providing early intervention, is necessary to help them with their stress.
In this book Dr. Salma Bhalla provides answers to the following questions:
-- What are the indications that a child is under stress?
-- What are the possible causes of stress in a child?
-- Does a child feel additional stress if he is gifted?
-- How can you prevent stress from building up in your child?
-- What can parents do to help their child who is stressed?
-- What can teachers do to prevent stress in their classroom?
Stress In Children provides expert information in a comprehensive manner. The book is written in a jargon free language. It is intended to be a guide for parents, teachers and all caregivers of three-to-thirteen years old children.