As providers and caretakers, adults tend to view the world of children as happy and carefree. After all, kids don't have jobs to keep or bills to pay, so what could they possibly have to worry about? But, even very young children have worries and feel stress to some degree. Stress is a function of the demands placed on us and our ability to meet them. These demands often come from outside sources, such as family, jobs, friends, or school. But it also can come from within, often related to what we think we should be
doing versus what we're actually able to do. So stress can affect anyone who feels overwhelmed — even kids. To learn more on this topic, use this link.