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Depression: How to Help Those Who are Suffering

By Michele Howe

"Experts consult; then move on. Friends and family keep at it." Edward T. Welch in Depression: A Stubborn Darkness Much has been written on the topic of depression, some worthy of the press received, others not. Sadly, many of the newsworthy articles on this issue pose more questions than they answer.
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Depression in Teens: How to help your teen

By Tina Payne Bryson

I have a friend whose seventeen-year-old son is really struggling right now. He’s smart, talented, handsome, spiritually minded—and hurting. When his mom asked me about his situation, she spent a lot of our time talking about her own feelings. It’s incredibly difficult to see our kids in pain
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Depression in Teens: What to Watch For

By JustMommies member

The teenage mind can be a hard thing to figure out—even teens themselves may not always understand why they react the way they do. Between out-of-control hormones and a brain that's still forming its emotional circuitry, life's highs can seem especially exciting and its lows can seem downright dismal.
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Depression in Teens: What to Watch For

By JustMommies member

The teenage mind can be a hard thing to figure out—even teens themselves may not always understand why they react the way they do. Between out-of-control hormones and a brain that's still forming its emotional circuitry, life's highs can seem especially exciting and its lows can seem downright dismal.
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Depression in Teens: What to Watch For

By JustMommies member

The teenage mind can be a hard thing to figure out—even teens themselves may not always understand why they react the way they do. Between out-of-control hormones and a brain that's still forming its emotional circuitry, life's highs can seem especially exciting and its lows can seem downright dismal.
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Never Lose Hope in Dealing With Your Fears and Depression

By Stanley Popovich

When your fears and depression have the best of you, it is easy to feel that things will not get any better. This is not true. There is much help available in today’s society and the best way to deal with your fears is to find effective ways to overcome them. As a result, here are some techniques a
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School Counseling: When to Seek Help for Your Child

By JustMommies staff

A child who is depressed, angry, fidgety, or has unidentified learning problems may have trouble succeeding in school. Sometimes those issues are temporary and can be solved within the family. But when a child has more severe or chronic issues, it may be necessary to work with a counselor. The question
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Teenage Moodiness or Something More?

By JustMommies staff

Everyone identifies with the stereotype of impossible teens. Eye-rolling, attitudes, mood swings… all typical of the average teenager. But when do you question if it’s something more? How can parents recognize the difference between teen angst and an actual clinical disorder? Emotional highs and
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Teenage Moodiness or Something More?

By JustMommies staff

Everyone identifies with the stereotype of impossible teens. Eye-rolling, attitudes, mood swings… all typical of the average teenager. But when do you question if it’s something more? How can parents recognize the difference between teen angst and an actual clinical disorder? Emotional highs and
» Read more