It can be challenging to navigate friendships in the teenage years. Adolescent boys are striving to become their own people, separate from the family unit that has definite them during their early life. As their interests begin to change, their
A recent study suggests that children of mothers who are anxious during pregnancy and in the first few years of the child’s life are more likely to show symptoms of hyperactivity by the age of 16. While hyperactivity is only
Trauma Treatment: Adverse Childhood Experiences and Substance Experimentation Although we might not remember all of the specific details from childhood, the brain stores information away that can impact us positively or negatively into adulthood. For children who have experienced one or
Social media is incredibly important to the teens of today. With applications from Instagram to Snapchat to TikTok at their fingertips, they have become so used to being in constant contact, that the thought of going without can be jarring.
Although adults may not always realize it, kids can experience large amounts of stress just like the grown-ups in their lives. School responsibilities, drama with friends, and even family dynamics can all play a part in childhood stress and anxiety.
Calming the Storm: How to Handle a Teen Acting Out Acting out can be a common side effect of adolescence, as teens try to work through raging hormonal changes, shifting interpersonal dynamics, and competing home and school interests. When teens are