How to seek Teen ADD Help? Quick Guide

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If you have a child with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), it would be beneficial to your relationship and to your child’s psyche to search for Teen ADD help. This disability affects many of today’s youths and the parents of these teenagers rarely know where to turn for useful and informative information. The first and best […]

Teen Addictions: All About It

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We think of glazed eyes and emaciated bodies, skin that looks bruised and old and minds that cannot be reached. We think of lost souls and it makes us afraid to trust anything, even life itself. So what is an addiction? Is it a very specific craving that grows to occupy its host entirely or […]

Teen Issues and Warning Signs

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It’s not an easy time. Of course, most teenagers think that their parents are clueless. They don’t seem to realize that their parents were once teenagers themselves! And of course, throughout the ages, teenagers have always had issues. However, today’s teens seem to be facing more choices than ever before. Here is list of just […]

Teen Marriage and Issues

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What problems or challenges are they likely to face? We used to be largely a rural, agricultural society. Family farms were the norm rather than the exception. Large numbers of children were the norm, too, as many hands were needed to run that family farm. But when the industrial revolution happened and people began to […]

Teen Therapy and Types

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Your teen has undergone a depression screening, and it has been determined that therapy would help. Here are some things you need to know about the different types of teen therapy and how they work: Individual counseling is a form of teen therapy wherein a mental health professional meets with your teenager once or twice […]

Teen Self-Esteem Issues: How Parents can Help?

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Teen self-esteem issues are not limited to appearance by any means, although appearance can certainly be central. Your teen’s self-esteem can take a beating if he feels left out, sees himself as “weird,” can’t seem to make or keep friends, is not much of an athlete, has learning problems, or just feels significantly different from […]

Self-Abuse in Teenagers

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They (hopefully) call medical or psychological professionals. They feel embarrassment and shame. What they do not often do, however, is understand why this may be happening. Self-mutilating behaviors vary widely. Some people cut themselves. Some burn. Some may pull out hair or eyelashes. Whatever the behaviors, they are quite unsettling for parents to deal with. […]

Teens and The Juvenile Justice System

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Now is the time to learn all you can and develop a strategy to stop this situation in its tracks. Don’t take this lightly. It’s time to move. It will NOT be easy, and it WILL be stressful. But it simply isn’t optional. First, let’s consider those officers who work in the Juvenile Justice System. […]