Life has its ups and downs, but sometimes the daily emotional rollercoaster can become too extreme. Anger might swing quickly into rage, sadness might fall into depression. If you have concerns about your child's emotions then take a look at some of these sections and see if over-reactive emotions could be the sign of a more serious problem.
Everyone's emotional balance is set at a different level. Tight control of emotions is not the goal, but adaptive balance is the key. >read more
Anger is a natural emotion. But how often anger flares up and how intense anger becomes can be signs of a greater problem. >read more
Worried. Nervous. Scared. "I've got butterflies in my stomach." "My stomach hurts, I want to come home." All signs of anxiety. Figure out whether anxieties control your child or your child controls his anxiety. >read more
Yes. Children can suffer from depression. Although it frequently does not look like the kind of depression that adults face, depression in children can have serious consequences if not treated. >read more
Emotions make the world go around, not money. Joy, anger, sadness... all vital parts of life. Emotions are celebrated at CYKE. Without them, everything becomes bland and boring. We strive to help you keep them in balance, not get rid of them.