Not all children will come with the same issues, background or daily struggles, however there will always be a way to help the child work on whatever they’re going through.
Behavioral issues such as anxiety, anger, becoming withdrawn, or feeling sad or depressed, or trying to cope with their parents divorce, being bullied at school or home, or if a loved one has recently passed. These situational triggers can be emotionally overwhelming for children and if not worked through at a young age can impact and get worse over time.
Starting to deal with these, or any other similar or differing problems at a young age, will only increase the chances of your child adapting and overcoming the issues they’re experiencing. This gives your child the best chance at moving forward with their life, and not taking issues that could have been resolved into their adult life.