Five Research-Based Methods to Help Teens
Beat Stress and Anxiety
How to Help Today’s Teens Manage Anxiety & Stress
According to a study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, researcher Dr. Michael Leahy found “that anxiety has increased so much that typical schoolchildren during the 1980’s reported more anxiety than child psychiatric patients did during the 1950’s.” Research from Dr. Jean Twenge released in 2017 found that there has been a sharp rise in anxiety over the last five years. Today, the Center for Disease Control tells us that about one in five teens will experience an anxiety attack or some other mental health disorder.
To help address this issue, we’ve curated months of research to create this eBook entitled Stressed Out. In essence, we want to give adults practical ways to help teens overcome stress and anxiety.
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