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Bipolar Disorder In Teens - Symptoms And Treatment

Bipolar Disorder

Your teenage child needs extreme care, not only physically and emotionally, but psychologically as well. You may find your teen suffering from a disorder and normally parents don’t understand what to do in such situations? One of such disorders is Bipolar disorder, which has steadily become a grave concern in United States and is noticeable […]

5 Tips On How To Deal With Teenage Attitude

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Your normally well-behaved child, on entering adolescence, may now start showing teenage attitude problems. No matter how hard you try to handle any situation, she may now answer sullenly, give snide comments, have an indifferent attitude and the worst of all, may totally shut you out from her life by being uncommunicative and secretive. On […]

How To Handle Social Anxiety Disorder In Teenagers?

Handle Social Anxiety Disorder

Is your teen afraid in speaking in front of a crowd? Do you feel he is not interacting with his friends and wants to stay aloof from them? Teenagers suffer from anxiety related issues when it comes to addressing a group of people or performing in front of a large audience. If the feeling of […]

4 Simple Things Parents Can Do For A Child's Development

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A parent’s role is considered to be one of the most important factors in shaping a child’s life. Effective parenting has been a hot debate over the generations. Parents become vital factor in a child’s development other than his friends and environment of upbringing. Most parents these days come under the ‘functional’ category – their […]

10 Best Ways To Build Confidence In Kids

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Being a parent, your eventual goal is definitely to get your kid ready and gear up to survive in this world. Your values and teachings which you shall impart to your child for the long run will emerge out to be his assets in each and every aspect of his life. But the primary key […]

Tips To Solve Social Anxiety Problems In Children

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This can be social anxiety, which is often misinterpreted as shyness. But it is more serious than that, and needs sensitive handling. Social anxiety is a disorder in which the suffering child has a much heightened sense of self consciousness to such an extent that he fears being judged or scrutinized in public. In fact, […]