Fretfulness in Children with Asperger's and High-Functioning Autism

The difference between normal worry and an Anxiety Disorder is the severity of the worrying. Although feeling fretful is a natural reaction to a stressful or dangerous situation, an Asperger's child may need help if her fretfulness is out of proportion, if it persists, or if it interferes with her life and healthy development.

It's always painful to watch a child suffer from stress and worry, but it's especially difficult if you're not sure whether he is worrying “too much” and in need of assistance.

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