Creating a Healthy Relationship With Your Parents
A funny thing happens when you become an adult. You finally start to realize that your parents are real humans, flaws and all. Also, just because you’re not a kid anymore doesn’t mean that there won’t be any challenges in
My Husband Has ADHD — and It’s Hurting Our Marriage
Your husband loves you, but his ADHD symptoms get in the way — causing him to ignore you, lose track of time, or wander off. Here’s how to work together on change. Continue Reading at AdditudeMag.com
Today is National Friendship Day – What’s the connection between friendship and mental health?
Our friendships are among the most valuable relationships we have. We gain in various ways from different friendships. We may talk to friends in confidence about things we wouldn’t discuss with our families. Our friends may annoy us, but they
How to help friends and family with depression (video)
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Parenting Hacks (infographic)
The Cure for Whining
Should children get what they want by whining? Absolutely not. Should they learn that they can get their way by marshaling good arguments and making them in a reasonable, humorous, charming way that meets your needs as well as theirs?
Managing Unhappy Relatives During the Holiday Season
Keep in mind that there are no quick fixes (and certainly not in time for Thanksgiving this year). It generally takes at least a month of taking medication to make a difference and many more months of psychotherapy to learn how to handle depression and prevent
Coping with your partner’s baggage (infographic)
When siblings act out – How to discipline when the new baby arrives
Welcoming a new baby into the home is such a joy! When it’s the second baby or beyond, this wonderful time also comes with many challenges, including finding ways to connect and offer appropriate guidance to siblings. Much like this