Troubled Teens Struggling With Anger Issues
01April

Troubled Teens Struggling With Anger IssuesTroubled Teens Struggling With Anger IssuesTroubled Teens Struggling With Anger Issues

By Craig Rogers

Troubled Teens Struggling With Anger Issues Parents are all too familiar with the anger issues that occasionally occur when raising an adolescent. Everyone has dealt with anger issues at one time or another. It is when these issues cannot be...

Troubled Teens Struggling With Anger Issues Parents are all too familiar with the anger issues that occasionally occur when raising an adolescent. Everyone has dealt with anger issues at one time or another. It is when these issues cannot be contained by the individual, even sometimes...

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Study Finds Most Antidepressants Are Likely to Increase Depression in Teens
25January

Study Finds Most Antidepressants Are Likely to Increase...Study Finds Most Antidepressants Are Likely...Study Finds Most Antidepressants Are Likely to Increase...

By Cristo Rogers (Alias)

New Study Says Antidepressants May Make Teens More Depressed | The Ugly Truth About Antidepressants There are few things more heartbreaking for a parent than helplessly watching their child suffer from depression. Parents who have...

New Study Says Antidepressants May Make Teens More Depressed | The Ugly Truth About Antidepressants There are few things more heartbreaking for a parent than helplessly watching their child suffer from depression. Parents who have a depressed teen endlessly...

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How One Non-Profit Plans to SolveThe Global Mental Health Crisis
25January

How One Non-Profit Plans to SolveThe Global Mental Health...How One Non-Profit Plans to SolveThe Global...How One Non-Profit Plans to SolveThe Global Mental Health...

By Cristo Rogers (Alias)

How Can We Solve the Worldwide Mental Health Crisis? One Non-Profit Has Suggestions and a Plan of Action  According to The World Health Organization (WHO), 25% of the human race will experience mental health-related illness or a neurological...

How Can We Solve the Worldwide Mental Health Crisis? One Non-Profit Has Suggestions and a Plan of Action  According to The World Health Organization (WHO), 25% of the human race will experience mental health-related illness or a neurological disorder during their lifetime. WHO...

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Can Self Harm Be More Than Physical
31October

Can Self Harm Be More Than PhysicalCan Self Harm Be More Than PhysicalCan Self Harm Be More Than Physical

By WinGate Therapy

Throughout the United States, millions of adolescents and teens engage in self-harm. Self-harm is any activity where sufferers intentionally cause injury to their body as an emotional coping mechanism. While many activities can cause injury,...

Throughout the United States, millions of adolescents and teens engage in self-harm. Self-harm is any activity where sufferers intentionally cause injury to their body as an emotional coping mechanism. While many activities can cause injury, self-harm has the sole purpose of causing it...

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Social Skills in The Real World
31October

Social Skills in The Real WorldSocial Skills in The Real WorldSocial Skills in The Real World

By WinGate Therapy

School is an important learning experience – not only for reading, writing, and arithmetic, but for the basic social skills young people carry into the rest of life. Social skills are the skills that help each of us adapt to a social...

School is an important learning experience – not only for reading, writing, and arithmetic, but for the basic social skills young people carry into the rest of life. Social skills are the skills that help each of us adapt to a social environment. They provide the ability to...

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Can Journaling Lead to Positive Change
31October

Can Journaling Lead to Positive ChangeCan Journaling Lead to Positive ChangeCan Journaling Lead to Positive Change

By WinGate Therapy

Journaling as we know it today is a powerful tool for positive transformation that can help young people and adults alike. The idea of journaling has a long history: It first emerged in the 10th century in Japan. In the centuries since, many...

Journaling as we know it today is a powerful tool for positive transformation that can help young people and adults alike. The idea of journaling has a long history: It first emerged in the 10th century in Japan. In the centuries since, many famous people have kept journals. But: You...

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Depression And Its Affects On The Brain
30September

Depression And Its Affects On The BrainDepression And Its Affects On The BrainDepression And Its Affects On The Brain

By Shayne Gallagher

Anyone can suffer from depression, from young children to senior citizens. Depression is a serious, long-lasting mood disorder that is marked by profound negative changes in mood, sleep disturbances, low energy, and loss of interest in enjoyable...

Anyone can suffer from depression, from young children to senior citizens. Depression is a serious, long-lasting mood disorder that is marked by profound negative changes in mood, sleep disturbances, low energy, and loss of interest in enjoyable activities – among other symptoms....

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How Positive Affirmations Can Help My Teen
30September

How Positive Affirmations Can Help My TeenHow Positive Affirmations Can Help My TeenHow Positive Affirmations Can Help My Teen

By Sheri Gallagher

The brain is tremendously powerful. One of the ways that “power” influences each of us is in the self-talk we use to explain events as we navigate life. Self-talk is the discussion we vocalize in recognizable language within our...

The brain is tremendously powerful. One of the ways that “power” influences each of us is in the self-talk we use to explain events as we navigate life. Self-talk is the discussion we vocalize in recognizable language within our own minds.? Self-talk has long been a...

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