Self-Esteem Hacks for Teens

Six Self-Esteem Hacks for Teens

Being a teenager is a rite of passage that, unfortunately, isn’t all that great for a lot of people. Between puberty and raging hormones, fitting in, dealing with insecurities, discovering self-worth, and chasing independence, being

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Little girl blowing bubbles

Making Amends to Children

The holidays are a time of celebration, but they’re also a time of reflection, and sometimes when we’re being honest with ourselves, those reflections are painful. We may look back at our role as a parent

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Is My Teen Daughter Depressed?

National Depression Screening Day – Thursday, Oct 7th  Today on National Depression Screening Day, we aim to answer an important question for the parents out there seeking answers: is my teen daughter depressed? Perhaps mood disorders run

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Violence Against Women

International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women  From the dawn of civilization to date, women have existed in patriarchal societies, often oppressed and ill-treated in institutions created by men, to favor men. In

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The NAMI National Convention

On June 21st, 2019 NAMI held their National Convention in Seattle. The convention provided the community an opportunity for education, connection, and access to resources. This annual event supports individuals living with mental illness and

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National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

By Emily Fitch, RD and Allison Thompson, RD It’s National Eating Disorder Awareness week. We’ve been struggling with what to write – there are already blog posts with Eating Disorder (ED) facts, statistics, mottos for

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Challenging the “New Year, New You” Message

By Dr. Mehri Moore, M.D. Around this time of year, it’s nearly impossible to escape messaging relating to revitalization or renewal. Gyms are offering discounted memberships, talk show hosts are discussing how to craft the

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