Aerika Brittian Loyd

developmental psychologist at UC Riverside; director of the Youth Health and Development Lab

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Kids may not be able to express and articulate exactly how they’re feeling, so it’s important to watch for signs, like exhibiting a range of emotions.

Pandemic, politics, racial conflicts are all doing a number on kids’ mental health. How parents can help

Kids may not be able to express and articulate exactly how they’re feeling, so it’s important to watch for signs, like exhibiting a range of emotions.

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