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  • Writer's pictureJill Kolstad, M.Ed.

When Your Daughter’s Worry Is Something More

“Young girls often cannot identify their feelings. Anxiety might be felt as jitteriness, a sick stomach, excessive worry, headaches, sleeplessness, nightmares, or general feelings of not being well.” What to look for in your daughter.

By the time your daughter with ADHD reaches her teen years, you will be a skilled observer of her symptoms — and you will have learned a few tricks to help her cope. But how much do you know about anxiety disorders?

The likelihood of our daughters having a comorbid anxiety disorder is significant. Twenty-five percent of kids with ADHD do, and girls feel the pains of anxiety more frequently than boys. FULL ARTICLE HERE

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