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Author: carmstrong

Over the last decade, people have started to pay more attention to the long-term effects of brain injuries on an individual. Even if it seems like a mild injury at the time, it can negatively affect individuals' lives for long periods of time. With brain injury...

Porn addictions in teenagers can be particularly insidious as they color the emerging world of adulthood with a shadow. This cloak of myths and outright falsehoods presents tremendous problems for teens who are already struggling with hormones, identity issues, and the prospect of becoming adults....

Mental wellness is a topic that is getting plenty of attention lately from families, businesses, and the government. There are plenty of reasons why this is the case. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), millions of Americans are battling mental health disorders. Figures...

With the holiday season in full swing, many people will encounter family members they have not regularly seen or spoken to throughout the past year. While television shows and movies often portray time with family as a nostalgic blend of re-connection, joyous celebration, and easy...

As you probably know, gratitude is the warm feeling of appreciation you have for something or someone. A recent survey found that the average American says "thank you" about five times per day and 2,000 times per year. Unfortunately, this phrase has become so common...

October is Bullying Prevention Month, and many schools and other organizations are busy getting the word out about preventing and stopping bullying in its tracks. Bullying can sometimes be challenging to detect, as often the perpetrators conduct their activities out of the line of sight...

Parents are highly intuitive when it comes to noticing changes in their child’s behavior, but sometimes these changes feel inexplicable. It is hard to pinpoint when your quiet, sensitive child starts to worry about everything or when your independent, self-sufficient child starts to push boundaries...