Given the widespread coverage, your child is likely to feel anxious about coronavirus. Here's how you can calm her nerves with the right dose of information.
When adults worry, can children be far behind? This article brings tips to cope with fear as a family, in the face of Covid-19.
Children might find it difficult to understand what they are seeing online or on TV and from other people. So they can be particularly vulnerable to feelings of anxiety, stress and sadness. It is up to the parents to help.
With children cooped indoors due to the virus, times can be hard. Your children might be at each others' throats and you're getting fed up. Well, find out how you can handle these tense moments.
With so much uncertainty due to the novel corona virus pandemic, your child is probably dealing with a whole bunch of fears. What can you do to soothe your anxious child during these uncertain times?
In this article, renowned parenting expert, Dr Laura Markham stresses on the importance of talking to your child about Covid 19. It helps to put the virus in context, so your child doesn't have to manage an overload of fear.
What should you tell kids about the coronavirus, and how? NY Times spoke to a pediatrician, two psychologists, a pediatric infectious disease specialist and a safety expert for their best tips. Read on.
If you are a parent who is feeling unsure about what to share and how much to share with your child, then here are some tips to help you through!
As many adults are overwhelmed and anxious about the coronavirus pandemic, the United Nations shine a light on how children may be feeling and urge parents to have open, supportive discussions to help them cope.
Parents are wondering how to bring up the epidemic in a way that will be reassuring and not make kids more worried than they already may be. Here is some advice from the experts at the Child Mind Institute.