Teens

The Power of To-Do Lists: 6 Tips for Using Them Effectively

2019-11-19T15:53:41+00:00

On any given day, it seems there are a million and one things to get done. There are phone calls to be made, meals to be prepped, errands to be run, appointments to make or break. All of them tumble around in your brain, niggling and nudging until it’s their turn for your attention. But [...]

The Power of To-Do Lists: 6 Tips for Using Them Effectively2019-11-19T15:53:41+00:00

13 Things to Never Say to a Stepparent

2019-10-08T15:24:01+00:00

  Parenting is the most difficult aspect of stepfamily life, especially if the kids are adolescents, according to the American Psychological Association (APA). Naturally, a stepparent may feel overwhelmed. But if you happen to be on the receiving end of a venting session and feel the urge to say, “Hey, you knew this was a package [...]

13 Things to Never Say to a Stepparent2019-10-08T15:24:01+00:00

Why pediatricians are ‘on the front line’ for depression and anxiety among teens

2019-06-13T17:04:04+00:00

By Lois M. Collins SALT LAKE CITY — A pediatrician may be the care provider best equipped to identify adolescents who struggle with depression so they can begin receiving treatment, according to new guidelines published this week by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Estimates place the number of youths who experience depression during adolescence at 1 [...]

Why pediatricians are ‘on the front line’ for depression and anxiety among teens2019-06-13T17:04:04+00:00

“Fandoms are big, and they are important.”

2019-06-13T17:05:22+00:00

Psychologists Say That Belonging To A Fandom Is Amazing For Your Mental Health By Brianna Wiest In May of this year, when the pop fandoms of One Direction, Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes, Fifth Harmony, Demi Lovato, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez and others came together to support Ariana Grande in the wake of the attack at [...]

“Fandoms are big, and they are important.”2019-06-13T17:05:22+00:00