Depression is a horrifying condition. You can watch the most cheerful, outgoing person retreat into themselves. Your child might lose interest in their friends, their family and the things they once loved. Not to mention the threat of suicide, which is the second leading cause of death among teens. Common Signs of Depression In Teens Read more..
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We all know that the obesity epidemic has gotten increasingly out of hand in recent decades. You can watch the problem grow over time and the health consequences coming along with each new wave of statistics. But there is more to it than obesity. Nutrition is an important part of education, as well. Studies have Read more..
Your have tried therapy, group sessions, medication, even community service mandated by the courts. Nothing seems to work and your son is more out of control than ever. Now you don’t know what to do anymore and worry that your options might be coming to an end. But the problem won’t disappear just because the Read more..
There comes a certain point when even the most dedicated, patient, well equipped parents realize that their child needs more help than they can provide. For the parents of troubled teens, that point is usually once all of the conventional methods of managing their intense behavioral issues have failed and they are facing some very Read more..
Schools that are separated by gender might seem remarkably old fashioned to you in this day and age. It brings to mind old religious institutions that our grandparents may have attended. But they have their benefits, especially if your child has been having difficulty with mental illness or behavioral struggles. An all girls or all Read more..