Social & Emotional Growth: Teens
If your teen doesn't feel pretty, does that justify plastic surgery? Illustration by Dori Hartley Let My Kid Get P...The rise in teen plastic surgery has us wondering if letting our kids get surgically altered is a good parenting move.
Whether it's Introduction to Journalism, Newspaper, Yearbook or Video Production, a class that gets your teenager involved in the art of interviewing ...Taking a journalism class will make you a better person, if we do say so ourselves.
A woman who attended my workshop took me aside to tell me about her son and his friend. They are 15, and the friend was dealing with some really upset...Teens are under so much pressure to behave older than they feel that it is a complete relief when they can allow themselves to let their hair down and really relax with their friends. And sometimes it makes them feel happy and comfortable to play like little kids.
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Good parenting seems to get new enemies all the time: new drugs, new media, new "role models." This month's culprits: salvia divinorum, YouTube, M...Good parenting seems to get new enemies all the time: new drugs, new media, new "role models." This month's culprits: salvia divinorum, YouTube, Miley Cyrus.
Screening for depression early on can help assure a healthy mom and healthy baby. Credit: Getty ImagesEach year, more than 400,000 infants are ...Each year, more than 400,000 infants are born to mothers who are depressed, which makes perinatal depression -- depression that occurs during pregnancy or in the first year after birth -- the most under-diagnosed obstetric complication in the United States.
Is moodiness in teens a medical condition? Credit: Getty ImagesTeenagers are nuts. Tell you something you don't know? Very well. Let's get cli...Teens suffer from depression, anxiety, panic, hyperactivity and short attention spans. Who woulda thunk it?
It's easy enough for the folks at AAA to say parents need to spend more time teaching teenagers how to drive. Sure, let those people hurtle t...Study says parents need to spend more time on the road with inexperienced, jittery and dim-witted teen drivers