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Critical Mental Health Resources for College Students

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 world could lead to major mental health issues resulting from stress, overwork, fatigue, or even the onset of a more serious mental…

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Anxiety And How It Affects Children

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 can provide a large stress for children. Additionally Separation Anxiety is not only limited to children 12-18 months old but can be…

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How To Talk To Your Daughter About Eating Disorders

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 child, but the truth is, the patterns of your daughter’s thoughts have essentially been hijacked. The ability to see herself clearly is…

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Benefits Of Psychotherapy For Kids

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, but just about anyone can benefit from spending time working through their issues, because everyone has at least one or two. Children…

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5 Ways To Help Your Child Deal With Peer Pressure

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 huffing. Every parent wants to protect their child, and the good news is that there are things parents can do to help…