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What Can You Do to Support Your Children’s Mental Health?

Being a parent can be quite tough of a job. There are no manuals in store teaching how
to become perfect parents but there are some things you can do in order to protect and
nurture your children the best way you can. (more…)

October 29th, 2018

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Identifying Depression: The Different Faces of Depression

Depression is a common and serious medical illness negatively affecting how a person
feels, thinks and act. Depression is not something we could take lightly. Those who
combat depression have to get all the help that they need. The symptoms may vary
because depression can take many forms. (more…)

October 18th, 2018

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How Does ADHD Challenge Your Kid’s Performance in School?

Most of the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) show before
kids reach school age. However, if these symptoms have been observed in school, then
chances are these kids are already having trouble keeping up with other children their
age. (more…)

October 15th, 2018

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Get off from Social Media: Activities Beneficial for Teen Mental Health

Teen Mental Health

As parents, one of the best things to do for your children is to encourage them to get
out, be lively and go anywhere far from social media.

Today, everyone seems to be spending more time in scrolling, liking and reacting to
social media posts than experiencing everything in real life. (more…)

October 12th, 2018

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Overcoming Eating Disorders: Anorexia

Today, we are living in a society where image is of really high importance. While it’s
normal to be conscious of our appearance, constantly worrying in staying as thin as
possible that it affects the eating habits, perspective in life, train of thoughts and overall
health of a person can be alarming. This can be a sign of having an eating
disorder—one that is called Anorexia. (more…)

October 7th, 2018

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