Mental health

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Dieting Young – The Growing Numbers Of Anorexic Children

By Marcea Hibbert-Roye There has been a sharp rise in the incidents of children being admitted into hospital for Anorexia. The most startling thought to comprehend is the ages of the youngest children, being 5 years old. What information is fed to a 5 year old that then translates into the need to transmute not … Continue reading

Critical Mental Health Resources for College Students

With the pressures facing most people today, it is essential to take your mental health seriously. This is especially true for college students and young people, whose lack of experience in the real world could lead to major mental health issues resulting from stress, overwork, fatigue, or even the onset of a more serious mental … Continue reading

High Self-Esteem In Teens Leads To Courage and Wise Choices

By Dr. Michael H. Popkin Courage comes from a belief in yourself: that regardless of any particular outcome, you are a loveable, capable, giving person who has a good chance to succeed. And when you don’t succeed, you look inward for a belief that you are more than just your achievements, that there is something … Continue reading

The Mental Illnesses Associated With Children

The children of today’s generation can have mental disorders that are hard to be identified.  They are still in the process of coping with the changes in their lifestyle so it may be a little tricky to identify their mental disorders.  A lot of things have to be considered when diagnosing a mental disorder of … Continue reading

Anxiety And How It Affects Children

By Tina Allen Anxiety is ever present in the daily life of our children and can be extremely problematic for some children. Knowing the types of anxiety that affect them is important, bullying can provide a large stress for children. Additionally Separation Anxiety is not only limited to children 12-18 months old but can be … Continue reading