Children may feel pressure to wear the right things and look good among their peers so they can fit in otherwise nobody will like them, and as a parent you should understand and acknowledge that. Boys and girls may think they are not in the right shape or too fat.
Try to get your child to be positive about his/ her body image. Let your children know that they are loved for who they are not for their looks, and you need to be a role model, i.e. do not let your child see you put yourself down for your looks.
Getting all homework done can be a major worrisome for children not to mention tests and grades. Try to make sure there is time for other activities other than homework and exams to help your children blow off steam. If you witness your child having trouble with his/ her study and doing homework, you can give some help organizing the workload.
Children may have to change their school due to a house move or perhaps troubles at the old school and regardless of the reasons take into consideration that it can be hard making new friends or being the new kid at school.
Not everyone can be successful in sports or having sporting skills; let your child know that the most important in taking part in any sport is the health benefits and fun, and you can explore with your kid the most suitable sport for him/ her.
Naturally, one of the biggest fears for kids is dark and lights going out at bedtime when any toy can cast a shadow of a monster; you need to reassure your kid there are no monsters and you are close next door if he/ she needs anything.