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Understanding Asperger’s Syndrome

Asperger’s syndrome is a disorder that may go under your radar unless you read up on it. The main reason for this is that people with Asperger’s tend to function as normal individuals, albeit with some quirks. So today we’ll be reviewing what exactly Asperger’s syndrome is and figuring out how to help those with it.

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December 6th, 2019

Posted In: Anxiety, Child Mental Health, Teen Mental Health

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How Music Therapy Can Improve Your Life

Depression can be a crippling disorder that affects millions worldwide in today’s day and age. As the number of people that are affected by depression grows, so does the need for many therapies that can help them cope with sadness. One of these therapies that emerged to tackle depression, is music therapy.

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November 25th, 2019

Posted In: Child Mental Health, Depression, Teen Mental Health

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Understanding Tourette’s Syndrome

What is Tourette’s Syndrome?

Tourette’s Syndrome is a disorder that can affect 1 in 162 people and can easily affect a person’s social life. This disorder is characterized by several “tics” that happen daily. These tics are actions that a patient repeats over and over again over the course of their life. These tics can manifest in either actions or vocalizations. 

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September 20th, 2019

Posted In: Child Mental Health, Teen Mental Health

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Understanding Your Angsty Teenager

Every parent’s concern is their children’s success in life and it can be hard to tell whether your child is succeeding. Especially if he or she is shut in and angry at you for no reason at all. Many parents become frustrated because of their children’s behavior as soon as they hit their teen years. Parents sometimes forget that this is part of a normal teenager’s development and it is important to understand what your teenager is going through. 

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August 21st, 2019

Posted In: Teen Mental Health, Uncategorized

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What Parents Should Know About Teen Mental Health

Keeping a watchful eye on your teen’s mental health is just as important as monitoring his or her physical health. Mental health issues often emerge during various tumultuous growth and change that accompany adolescence. During these years of transitioning, teens can easily get overwhelmed with all the pressures and issues they encounter. These factors often contribute to mental health disorders which can be life-threatening. (more…)

May 2nd, 2019

Posted In: Teen Mental Health

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Is Social Media Hurting Teen’s Mental Health?

It may sound ironic but the more they are connected online, the more ‘disconnected’ they may feel offline.

While social media can be used to foster ‘connections’ and discover social communities, what people often fail to notice is that they tend to get wrapped into this culture of comparison which can lead to mental health issues in the long run. (more…)

March 14th, 2019

Posted In: Teen Mental Health

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Peer Pressure and Teen Mental Health | Tips for Parents

As we all know, adolescence is the age of change. It is the time when kids can develop habits that can affect their adult lives.

Adolescence, therefore, is not an easy time for both kids and parents. (more…)

December 6th, 2018

Posted In: Teen Mental Health

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Peer Pressure and Teen Mental Health | Pros and Cons

It is quite normal for all of us to want to adapt or fit in with our circle of friends or with the ones we look up to. Wanting to be more alike with our friends is just natural. However, if it raises some concerns, especially with your child, know that there are ways you can be of help. (more…)

November 27th, 2018

Posted In: Teen Mental Health

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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

Posted In: Teen Mental Health

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