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  • ꩜ Pre-teens and teenagers are seeking new experiences and more independence. It’s natural for teenagers to feel anxious about these changes.Anxiety in pre-teens and teenagers isn’t always a bad thing. Feeling anxious can help keep teenagers safe by getting them to think about their situation.It can also motivate them to do their best.
  • Anxiety is a common and natural part of life. Everyone feels anxious sometimes !
  • ꩜Anxiety is the feeling of worry or dread that something bad is going to happen or that you can’t cope with a situation. Anxiety can happen in response to many things.
  • Anxiety is very common in the pre-teen and teenage years.
  • What is Anxiety ?
  • What Is the Therapy for Anxiety Disorders?
  • It's normal to feel anxious at times but sometimes people feel anxiety that is too intense. Instead of fading away when a challenge is over, anxiety seems more than they can cope with may feel anxiety even when there’s no threat. These things can be signs of an anxiety disorder.
  • A type of talk therapy called cognitive behavioral therapy works well for most people with anxiety disorders. CBT helps you learn other ways to think and act when you feel anxious. In therapy, you learn how to face fears instead of avoiding them.
  • Anxiety Disorders ?
  • Someone with an anxiety disorder may:꩜ think they can’t face things that make them anxious꩜ feel more anxiety and worry than is usual for a situation꩜ need others to keep telling them things are OK
  • Start with a ‘growth’ mindset ☆
  • Talk yourself through it ⚘݄
  • When you're anxious plan to tell yourself something that could help you face the moment with a bit of courage like, “I can do this!"
  • People with a growth mindset know they can get better at just about everything — with effort and practice. That includes reducing anxiety.
  • 5 ways to cope with anxiety !
  • Notice how anxiety affects your body ꩜
  • When you’re anxious, do you feel "butterflies" in your stomach? Sweaty palms? Shaky hands? A faster heartbeat? Tight muscles?
  • You might think that you’ll put off speaking in class or talking to that new person until you no longer feel anxious about it. But it doesn’t work that way. It’s facing the anxiety that helps you lower it.
  • When you feel anxious, take a few slow breaths. Breathe in slowly. Be sure to breathe out all the way.
  • Breathe ☁
  • Face the situation 🟊
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