Stress happens when someone is worried or uncomfortable about something. It could be a test at school, a fight with a friend, or when there are family problems. If the worry doesn't go away, it can cause physical problems like headaches and stomachaches. Kids and teens experience stress just like adults do.
Article explains how to get support, stay calm, express feelings, try to solve the problem, and be positive.
Describes healthy and unhealthy ways teens react to stress, warning signs of depression, and suicide danger signals.
Learn what it is, what causes it, what can happen if it goes on too long, and signs of stress.
Tells what happens when someone feels stressed and what they can do. Gives ways to rest and relax.
Find out how teens can recognize signs of stress, deal with their reactions, learn ways to relax, develop a balanced lifestyle, and deal with anger.
Answers questions about what it is, if it's bad, why it feels bad, dealing with stress, and things that don't help.
Learn how to manage stress when you are worried or uncomfortable about something, and you feel angry, frustrated, or afraid.
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