How to Help Kids with Childhood Anxiety Feel Less Alone

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Author Raina Telgemeier is doing her part to tackle childhood anxiety with her graphic novels like “Guts”. She shares she started having panic attacks at 9 years old, and now uses her experience to help other kids deal with their anxiety. Psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli shares that her books could help kids feel less stigmatized and more normal.