Archive | August, 2015

Treating our Children

Treating our Children   Depending on your outlook, the news regarding the treatment of children with mental issues in this country is either good news or not good enough. According to a study conducted by the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health, a little more than half of the U.S. children suffering from mental disorders […]

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TEENAGE BULLYING AND DEPRESSION

TEENAGE BULLYING AND DEPRESSION   As evidence continues to accumulate that bullying is not an acceptable “right of passage” for children and teenagers, new research links teenage bullying and depression. The large study examined the link between bullying by peers in teenage years and depression in early adulthood. Researchers found that young teens who were […]

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