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It is a natural, human feeling of fear or panic. Afterwards, we usually calm down and feel better. (...) Emotional and mental: Struggling to focus on things – lack of concentration Feeling panicky, nervous or on edge Feeling overwhelmed or a sense of dread Feeling out of control in a situation Feeling tired and grumpy Anxiety feels different for everyone. (...) Explore the feeling together:  Ask your child to observe their feelings of anxiety and tell you – what is happening when they feel anxious, how do they feel, how long does the feeling last and what might be the reason for feeling anxious?
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Score: 750832.96 - https://www.unicef.org/northmacedonia/what-anxiety
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It is a natural, human feeling of fear or panic. Afterwards, we usually calm down and feel better. (...) Emotional and mental: Struggling to focus on things – lack of concentration Feeling panicky, nervous or on edge Feeling overwhelmed or a sense of dread Feeling out of control in a situation Feeling tired and grumpy Anxiety feels different for everyone. (...) Explore the feeling together:  Ask your child to observe their feelings of anxiety and tell you – what is happening when they feel anxious, how do they feel, how long does the feeling last and what might be the reason for feeling anxious?
Language:English
Score: 750722.85 - https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/mental-health/anxiety
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It is a natural, human feeling of fear or panic. Afterwards, we usually calm down and feel better. (...) Emotional and mental: Struggling to focus on things – lack of concentration Feeling panicky, nervous or on edge Feeling overwhelmed or a sense of dread Feeling out of control in a situation Feeling tired and grumpy Anxiety feels different for everyone. (...) Explore the feeling together: Ask your child to observe their feelings of anxiety and tell you – what is happening when they feel anxious, how do they feel, how long does the feeling last and what might be the reason for feeling anxious?
Language:English
Score: 749766.4 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti.../mental-health/what-is-anxiety
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TIP 3: RECOGNISE HOW YOU ARE FEELING Understanding how you feel is important. Do not ignore your feelings! Sometimes writing your feelings can help. Try this “I feel ....... right now”. (...) “It’s been a tough time, it’s okay to be upset.” “I am feeling [insert how you are feeling] and that is okay.”
Language:English
Score: 744942.77 - https://www.unicef.org/uzbekis...ourself-during-stressful-times
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TIP 3: RECOGNISE HOW YOU ARE FEELING Understanding how you feel is important. Do not ignore your feelings! Sometimes writing your feelings can help. Try this “I feel ....... right now”. (...) “It’s been a tough time, it’s okay to be upset.” “I am feeling [insert how you are feeling] and that is okay.”
Language:English
Score: 744096.5 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/ho...ourself-during-stressful-times
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Listening actively helps children to feel heard, understood, less alone and calmer. By contrast, if we don’t listen properly, we risk making them feel as though we are brushing off their concerns and invalidating their feelings. This can leave them feeling defensive, frustrated, alone or hurt. If we don’t listen properly, we risk making them feel as though we are brushing off their concerns and invalidating their feelings 5. (...) It can be hard to share with others when we are feeling sad” or “Sorry to hear you’re feeling stressed.
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Score: 742686.2 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...1-tips-communicating-your-teen
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It’s important to know that a panic attack won’t cause any harm and, even if it may not feel it during an attack, the feeling will pass. (...) Ask your child how they feel and what is making them feel anxious or stressed. (...) It’s natural to feel this way. However, avoiding situations can make our anxiety feel bigger.
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Score: 742133.54 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...-health/what-are-panic-attacks
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It’s important to know that a panic attack won’t cause any harm and, even if it may not feel it during an attack, the feeling will pass. (...) Ask your child how they feel and what is making them feel anxious or stressed. (...) It’s natural to feel this way. However, avoiding situations can make our anxiety feel bigger.
Language:English
Score: 742133.54 - https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/mental-health/panic-attacks
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It’s important to know that a panic attack won’t cause any harm and, even if it may not feel it during an attack, the feeling will pass. (...) Ask your child how they feel and what is making them feel anxious or stressed. (...) It’s natural to feel this way. However, avoiding situations can make our anxiety feel bigger.
Language:English
Score: 741635.35 - https://www.unicef.org/greece/...stories/what-are-panic-attacks
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Available in: English ไทย Understanding your feelings Our mental health is always changing. We can all feel fine one day and overwhelmed the next. And gender does not define how you should feel or express your feelings. Boys can cry when they feel sad and be emotionally vulnerable. (...) Being aware of our emotions can help us talk about feelings more clearly, avoid or resolve conflicts better and manage difficult feelings more easily. 
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Score: 740983.54 - https://www.unicef.org/thailan...very-day-mind-day-young-people
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