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When I ask if my child is worried, he says no, but then I catch him picking his nails, and I can tell something is on his mind. What should I do?
My child complains of aches and pains. We have had her examined by several doctors but there is nothing physically wrong with her. Could her pain be emotional?
I know my child is worrying, but she won’t tell me why. How can I get her to open up?
My child is a ‘worrier.’ What degree of anxiety is normal and what should cause me concern?

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