Reading Time: 7 minutes Since social distancing began last March, the rate of teenage video game addiction has been steadily rising. Even before the pandemic, teens were playing video games for hours each day. […]
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Reading Time: 5 minutes It’s now been nine months since COVID-related social distancing guidelines went into effect in the United States. In some countries, restrictions have been in place even longer. As the crisis […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes “Is it okay if my son stays in his room all the time?” That’s a question that parents of teen boys are asking frequently these days. With online school and […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes There’s a big difference between thriving vs. coping. The word “thrive” is defined as “flourishing” or “growing well and vigorously.” The word “coping,” however, means simply managing to get by.
Reading Time: 6 minutes When teens are experiencing a mental health crisis, outpatient treatment may not be enough. Therefore, a teen mental hospital might be the right place for them to find help. Families […]
Reading Time: 7 minutes That includes body, mind, and spirit. Teens flourish with a holistic approach to care. In addition, an integrated approach treats the underlying causes of self-destructive behaviors. This is ideal, rather […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes Teen mental health and teen mental health treatment are incredibly important topics for parents and caregivers. During adolescence, hormones and social pressures collide. As a result, many teens act out in a […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes Parts of the brain function as interpreters. For teens with a panic disorder, these interpreters don’t function properly. Normally, signals from the body are analyzed, and the brain comes up […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes Teen anxiety is no fun. Stress helps the body prepare for a challenge. The senses are honed, the brain is alert, and the body is ready to spring into action. It’s […]
Reading Time: 6 minutes There are people who can relate to teens with depression In 1963, Sylvia Plath wrote The Bell Jar, a semi-autobiographical look at teenage depression treatment. Her heroine describes herself, and […]