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How to Understand the Significance of Emotions When Dealing with Teenage Problems [caption id="attachment_4217" align="alignright" width="300"] Image source: TwentyFour Students[/caption] When you’re a teenager, you have absolutely no idea who you are. You’re in one of the many stages of your life, where you’re discovering what your...

Doctors Have Started Using Books to Treat Mood Disorders in Teens The popular books available to children today, can open up an entirely new area of imagination. Many kids become enthralled with book series and the fascinating characters that build each story. While reading is an...

In a new study conducted by the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, researchers found a link between social media use and teen eating disorders. Young people who spent a larger amount of time of the day on social media platforms--Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook--were more...

An article by ScienceDaily discussed new research recently discovered relating to the connection between childhood trauma and dissociative identity disorder (DID). Researchers at King’s College London found evidence that DID develops as a result of childhood trauma, like neglect, rather than a person’s natural suggestibility...

Is traditional therapy not producing results? Has your child been misdiagnosed multiple times? Has your family tried nearly everything to help your struggling teen? The next step may be inpatient psychiatric care for teens. This is used for teens who are suffering from behavioral and...

[caption id="attachment_4443" align="alignright" width="227"] Photo Credit: flickr user - Yoel Ben-Avraham[/caption] In a new study by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), examined teen social media use and cyberbullying. They found a correlation between unhealthy eating habits and overzealous teen social media use. An...

Teens are glued to their phones, this is no secret to adults. Currently, it is completely normal to see a young person checking their phone every 20 seconds. This is still such a new development in our world that we are just starting to see...

It’s May, otherwise known as Mental Health Awareness Month. Mental health awareness has been steadily growing around the world, but it is still largely below what it should and could be. Often, getting treated for a mental illness is something looked at as “embarrassing” and...

A parenting handbook on how to handle and quell any situation with your child would be extremely helpful, but the truth is that every parent doesn’t know what to do at some point in their parenting career. If you have a struggling teen, you understand...