How Play Helps Mental Health Health may be one of those things like art that we recognize when we see it. Imagine a child, unselfconsciously and joyfully at play with peers on a playground, a youth with bright eyes and glowing complexion, or a couple walking hand in hand. In contrast, when our health is
OK, let’s just say it: parenting teenagers is not easy. In the article “Be the Parent Your Teen Needs” Sue Shellenbarger identifies a few key strategies that may help. Throughout the various stages of drama remaining warm and supportive will help your teen navigate these challenging years successfully.
Scratch the surface of Simone Biles’ remarkable story, and you’ll learn about grandparents who sacrificed their hopes for more leisurely mature years to adopt two young grandchildren who had a very difficult start in life. With the help of counseling, they guided a troubled child to poised young adulthood. Key was successfully channeling the ADD