When parents recognize that their teenager might be depressed, they are often desperate for help. They see their son or daughter struggling, and want to do everything in their power to help them feel better as soon as possible. (By the way, if you’re wondering if your teen might be depressed, click here to learn about the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When your child is feeling anxious, stressed, or overwhelmed, relaxing their body is one of the most helpful things you can do. When someone’s emotions are extremely high, their body acts differently than it does when they’re feeling calm. Muscles become tense, which can cause aches, pains, and headaches. Heart rate speeds up. Breathing becomes […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Time for another book review! Because I’ve done a few posts recently on depression, I decided to stick with that theme for this book review. Today I’m reviewing: Raising a Moody Child: How to Cope with Depression and Bipolar Disorder by Mary A. Fristad, PhD, and Jill S. Goldberg Arnold, PhD Based on reader feedback, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.