How To Help Your Teen In Recovering From Broken Relationships

It is hard for a parent to protect his child from pain as they become a teenager. They are now surrounded by many people who will possibly bring emotional turmoil and complexity to their life. Gone are the days where the parents’ primary concerns are few scrapes and scratches from rough play in the park or scarcity of play dolls and stuff toys. Dealing with teenagers who are in-love requires a different set of parenting skills.  

“The first heartbreak can leave deeper scars than the next ones.” says Chantal Belhumeur, a psychologist.

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Understanding The Basics Of ADHD

ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders among children and often lasts into adulthood. Zachary Blumkin, PsyD, states that “Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), like any diagnosis, is a label that represents a cluster of specific symptoms. In ADHD, these symptoms include hyperactive, impulsive, and inattentive behaviors.” It is commonly observed in boys during their early school years and characterized by the inability to pay attention for an extended period. Children who are having this type of condition usually cannot sit still inside the classroom, unable to control their impulses and hyperactive most of the time. They are acting without thinking of the possible results of their actions. Teachers often misinterpret the behaviors that need to be corrected or impose discipline. 

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The Basics Of Bipolar Disorder

 

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Mood swings among children, most especially adolescents, are a regular part of their growing up but if this affects their performance in school or relationship with their peers, probably it is bipolar disorder. Also known as manic-depression, bipolar disorder is a severe brain illness in which symptoms can occur in early childhood but usually visible in adolescence or adulthood. This type of illness can be dangerous to adolescents because some of them try to hurt themselves or even attempt suicide.

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Self-Care Routine To Help And Prevent Physical And Mental Ailments

Nowadays, people hustle like there’s no other time and day for them to do it again. I mean, everybody seems to forget to breathe and take some free time for themselves. According to Alyssa Adams, PsyD, “Taking care of yourself isn’t up for question. Without spending proper time to recharge, you’re setting yourself up for burnout.” Every day as I commute to work, I feel like I am among the living dead walking or running alongside with me and going to their destinations like robots in command. Somehow, I am still not operating in this state-like manner (Oh dear, I pray not to become one!). 

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