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Tag Archive: Mental health

Dieting Young – The Growing Numbers Of Anorexic Children

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By Marcea Hibbert-Roye There has been a sharp rise in the incidents of children being admitted into hospital for Anorexia. The most startling thought to comprehend is the ages of the youngest children,… Continue reading

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Critical Mental Health Resources for College Students

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With the pressures facing most people today, it is essential to take your mental health seriously. This is especially true for college students and young people, whose lack of experience in the real… Continue reading

High Self-Esteem In Teens Leads To Courage and Wise Choices

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By Dr. Michael H. Popkin Courage comes from a belief in yourself: that regardless of any particular outcome, you are a loveable, capable, giving person who has a good chance to succeed. And… Continue reading

The Mental Illnesses Associated With Children

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The children of today’s generation can have mental disorders that are hard to be identified.  They are still in the process of coping with the changes in their lifestyle so it may be… Continue reading

Anxiety And How It Affects Children

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By Tina Allen Anxiety is ever present in the daily life of our children and can be extremely problematic for some children. Knowing the types of anxiety that affect them is important, bullying… Continue reading

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder – Becoming More Focused Less Hyperactive

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By Annette M Phillips Since Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, also called ADHD, is becoming more widespread, parents are looking for answers and for help. Thankfully, some of the best places to turn may… Continue reading

How To Talk To Your Daughter About Eating Disorders

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If you think your daughter has an eating disorder, it is nearly impossible to sit back and do nothing. The physical and emotional damage you are witnessing appears to be self-inflicted by your… Continue reading

Benefits Of Psychotherapy For Kids

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Many people consider psychotherapy as a discipline reserved for those with mental and emotional issues, but that isn’t necessarily true.  A good psychotherapist can work wonders with someone who is having emotional problems,… Continue reading

5 Ways To Help Your Child Deal With Peer Pressure

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Teens and pre-teens often seem to look for risky behavior. The teen years are the time most people first experiment with drugs, alcohol, and other dangerous games or activities, like eating disorders or… Continue reading

How To Tell If Your Child Has A Learning Disorder

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Having children is a huge responsibility and there are lots of worries and concerns. Heath matters can always be a worry and it is often hard to know whether to both a GP… Continue reading

Why Your Husband Should Be Your Best Friend

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Getting married can be extremely exciting, and it can build one of the most loving and trusted relationships you ever experience. Most women go into their relationships already having a best friend, and… Continue reading

Think Your Child Has ADHD? Where Do You Start?

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If you think your child might be struggling with ADHD, you might not know where to start: Do you look for a psychologist? An ADHD coach? Bring your concerns up to your regular… Continue reading

Why Martial Arts Is Beneficial To Kids With ADHD

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Martial arts can teach us many practical things such as discipline, teamwork, self confidence and humility. It can also help us learn plenty of cool yet impractical stuff such as flying roundhouse kicks.… Continue reading

How To Talk To Your Children About Suicide And Depression

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Contrary to popular belief, talking to someone about suicide won’t plant the idea in their head. Open and honest discussions about suicide with your children is crucial to ensuring they understand that there… Continue reading

Stress Buster Tips For Parents

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Becoming a parent is one of the greatest joys in life, but with that sweet bundle of joy also comes a new set of pressures and frustrations. Having the responsibility of raising another… Continue reading

New Research Project Aims To Help Autistic Children Develop Communication Skills

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Autism may present a broad spectrum of characteristics, ranging in severity, and therefore, different autistic children may represent the condition in entirely different ways. However, underdeveloped communication skills seems to be the common… Continue reading

Teen Almost Dies From A Case Of Fatal Acne

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When the paramedics finally arrived, she was almost gone. They stood over her for a nanosecond, frozen in their tracks, and then went to work. They peppered her mother for clues and explanations.… Continue reading

Overcoming Depression – Teen’s Guide

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Not all days are good. Sometimes, it seems that everything is messed up. There are times when you just want to lock yourself in your room and isolate yourself from the world. This… Continue reading

Cutting: Not Just a Trend for Emo Kids

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Can’t stand Morressy, but still find yourself drawn to the shiny edge of a razor-blade? Never fear, you’re not alone. Despite the alarmist news reports, cutting is not some cultural crisis on the… Continue reading

Does Divorce Take a Toll on The Long-Term Physical Health of Children?

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Unhappy couples in the Morristown area may be on the verge of plugging “divorce attorney Morristown” into search engines, but before doing so, parents need to consider the impact divorce could have on… Continue reading