WASHINGTON - Kids may be the ones heading back to school, but many parents believe they are the ones stressing out. Especially when it comes to getting everything the kids may need.
But kids have stresses of their own when it comes to the start of school.
“Anytime you are making a change in grade, especially if you move from elementary school to middle school, or middle school to high school, many schools come together,” says Kate Eshleman of the Cleveland Clinic. “So there are new students that you don’t know. There are new teachers. Maybe you used to be in one classroom all day, and now you’re changing classes.”
Doctors say to watch for subtle signs:
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