Raising a child is rarely a smooth, simple process that parents naturally understand from the get-go. It takes lots of work,... Continue reading →
There are 1.76 million children in military families. The vast majority of these kids are under age eleven, and eighty percent are fifteen or younger.
Despite the fact that... Continue reading →
The holiday season is an exciting time of year filled with family, friends, gift-giving, and fun activities. While these events generally bring joy, it can be difficult for... Continue reading →
Do you have a friend or family member who is declining care or treatment for their bipolar disorder? Read through this guide to learn more about what this mental health... Continue reading →
Even though the holidays are meant to bring happiness and excitement, some may find themselves dealing with sadness and overwhelm instead. As many people struggle with seasonal... Continue reading →
More than one out of every four adults may experience a mental breakdown during their lifetime. These emotional experiences can be very difficult to manage, often leading... Continue reading →
Psychologically traumatic events occur in all of our lives, but some happen to inexperienced youth who are ill-equipped to handle the emotions that... Continue reading →
It is common for most people to associate post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) with the men and women who serve in the military. Due to the nature of their work and unfortunate... Continue reading →
Any new diagnosis can be overwhelming and intimidating, but understanding schizophrenia is key to supporting your loved one.
You can learn how to help someone with... Continue reading →
It’s a scary and devastating moment when a parent learns that their teenager is considering suicide. The emotions range from anger and frustration to sadness, guilt, and... Continue reading →