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The teen years are full of confusion and hormonal changes and some teens end up having a hard time coping with the changes in their bodies as well as their changing responsibilities and maturity of their peers. When a teen starts to experience long unexplained crying episodes, depression, and anxiety. While most of these things are normal to a point there comes a point when it becomes a problem that needs to be addressed more seriously. That is when it might be time to find your child school a...
Published by Rae Morvay 80 months ago in Child Psychology | +4 votes | 0 comments
A discussion on family birth order and the forced generalities regarding their potential and their properties as compared to other of their siblings. An attempt to explain family birth order as real in discussion of family size and economic needs but not real in deriving social engineering data. Family order as a biological fact not as a psychological dictum.
Published by Nora K Anthony 82 months ago in Child Psychology | +2 votes | 0 comments
How can naming a child could lead to child abuse, at least in a subtle, non-legal way. As a parent, you do not want a name too common. But you do not want too weird as to create abuse on them. So, create a happy medium between the two is the best policy.
Published by Daniel Payne 83 months ago in Child Psychology | +4 votes | 0 comments
Millions of children across the world suffer from the attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. If left untreated, it can create severe problems for the future life of the child. The article lists out five simple steps that can improve the attention deficit disorder in your child when administered with other clinical measures on medical ground. All these simple steps can help the parents of the children suffering from such disorder.
Published by srikanta Mohanty 86 months ago in Child Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
It is unknown to some parents that there is a need to bring their children to a child psychologist for counseling especially if the child recently had a traumatic experience. Unlike adults, kids do not have a clear idea on the various occurrences in life such as a death of a family member or when a parent travels abroad for an extended period of time. A child psychologist can help deal with the unexplained emotions that your kid is experiencing and provide him with the appropriate services
Published by toiken 88 months ago in Child Psychology | +2 votes | 0 comments
This child gives some general tips that can be useful for parents of children effected by ADD/ADHD.
Published by Stacy 93 months ago in Child Psychology | +3 votes | 1 comments
Majority of children shoplift at one time in their lives. Most of them committed it between ages 12 to 17. There are no available statistics on the matter, because most shoplifting go undetected.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 97 months ago in Child Psychology | +5 votes | 0 comments
Much as you would like to shield your children from the harsh realities of life, it won't be possible to keep the truth from them. They hear conversations, consultations, snatches of information from household members. Parental secrecy can develop in your children a feeling of mistrust.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 97 months ago in Child Psychology | +7 votes | 2 comments
Going to the doctor is not exactly one of life's pleasures. Even adults shun the idea. It is no picnic. Parents wield a great influence over their children in many ways. Their ideas and feelings about doctors and other people either teach a child to fear the physician or help him to accept periodic checkups in a matter-of-fact way.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 97 months ago in Child Psychology | +9 votes | 2 comments
AspergerÂ’s disorder is characterized by difficulties in social interaction along with restricted and insistent patterns of conduct. This is different from other disorders that fall under autism spectrum disorder in a way that in this condition there is conservation of linguistic and cognitive development in the patients. Though common among children, aspergers can also bother adults. Adult cases of aspergers are due to misdiagnosis during childhood.
Published by Ron Siojo 97 months ago in Child Psychology | +14 votes | 8 comments
"Our son suffers from toothaches constantly, but he refuses to see a dentist. He became frightened when he heard his older brother scream during a dental checkup. How can we persuade him to see the dentist?"
Published by Levy Dalumpines 97 months ago in Child Psychology | +5 votes | 1 comments
If a young person is wrestling with a problem and he needs a few hours or a couple of days to just reflect alone, that is fine. What we have, as parents, done to stimulate talk or friendship or excitement? Do we have the attitude of the song, "You Light Up My Life"? Does your teen say, "I like being home sometimes. I enjoy being with my parents"? Or is coming home something your child dreads?
Published by Levy Dalumpines 100 months ago in Child Psychology | +1 votes | 0 comments
The juvenile bipolar disorder (JBD) is manic-depressive mental illness that affects both children and adolescents. The kids with juvenile bipolar disorder are usually diagnosed with oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Published by James Tiger 100 months ago in Child Psychology | +3 votes | 3 comments
Kids from good homes sometimes seem to go bad, and it can be for one of several reasons. Often parents in "good" homes are a little too rigid, and try to hold too tightly to their child for too long. Sometimes a child who is a slow learner feels left out, inadequate, and not as good as the other children in the family.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 100 months ago in Child Psychology | +3 votes | 0 comments
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