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The Importance of Visuals in ADHD Learning

We all know that people with ADHD have a difficult time keeping their attention span for more than a minute. Furthermore, it is also a challenge for them to focus on a task such as reading a book or paying attention to a teacher. However, we do know that there is a way that ADHD people can still learn and that is through visuals.

If you are a teacher and a parent who has an ADHD child, here are a few ways on how you can enrich their learning without them sticking out from their peers, or at least capture their attention. (more…)

January 20th, 2018

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Bipolar Disorder and Self Injury

In bipolar disorder, there is sometimes concern about bipolar disorder self-injury. This can take many shapes, but is always serious.

One form of bipolar disorder self-injury that is coming most recently into the public consciousness is self-mutilation, or “cutting”. This practice is found in people with other diagnoses, too. Bipolar people are just some of those who self-injure. (more…)

January 18th, 2018

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Conduct Disorder: Everything You Need To Know

What happens when a child or a teenager does not or fails to conform with age-related societal-norms? Though some may argue that it could be related to rebellion, it could also mean that they have conduct disorder.

Conduct disorder is a mental disorder characterized by repetitive behavior that violates the basic right of others or societal norms. (more…)

January 15th, 2018

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5 Tips for Parents to Understand their Children Better

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Increasing familiarity with the psychology of children is undoubtedly a daunting task. You are expected to be really patient while you’re aiming to understand your child. The following tips can help you to create a friendly relationship with your child and understand him/her much better:

January 14th, 2018

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How To Diagnose Schizophrenia in Teens

How is Schizophrenia Diagnosed?

The indications stated above are not necessarily indicative of a serious issue by themselves. Nevertheless, if you observe a number of, specifically if they are beyond regular teen behavior, it is essential to speak to your doctor, especially if there is a record of schizophrenia in your family. (more…)

January 11th, 2018

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Autism VS Asperger’s Syndrome: What’s the Difference?

Many consider special children as special gifts and, probably, think that every autistic child is diagnosed the same. It is time to clear a few things out. Not all autistic children are the same first and foremost. In addition, there are different types of autism and one of those is Asperger’s syndrome (AS). (more…)

January 8th, 2018

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