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How to Spot Depression in Teens

Learn the signs and how to offer help Behind the laughter and seemingly carefree facade lies a silent battle that many teenagers face: depression. It affects an estimated 5 million teens each year, but you can help reduce that number by spotting depression symptoms and seeking treatment early. Signs of Depression in Teens Depression is […]
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 How to Talk to Teens About Mental Health Issues

Use these tips to help teens feel confident in getting help “I’m fine” is a common phrase in teenagers’ vocabulary, and sometimes it’s true. But when sadness turns into despair and stress becomes crippling anxiety, parents need to have an open dialogue about mental health issues and their impact if left alone. Tips for Talking […]
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November 13 Is World Kindness Day

Here’s how you can support troubled youth on World Kindness Day November 13 is World Kindness Day, a day dedicated to spreading compassion and reaching out to those who may be feeling troubled. In a society where youth are grappling with unprecedented challenges and uncertainties, there has never been a better time to extend our […]
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Facts: ADHD Affects Girls Differently

Here’s why girls often go undiagnosed and how to help While Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is commonly associated with boys bouncing off walls and struggling to focus, girls tend to fly under the radar, their symptoms masked by societal expectations and gender stereotypes. These young girls live with an invisible struggle, and this ADHD […]
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How to Navigate High School with ADHD: Tips for Students

Here’s the mini survival guide every ADHD student needs Navigating high school can be a wild ride for any student, but for those with ADHD, the journey can feel like trying to surf a tsunami. The constant barrage of assignments, social pressures, and time management challenges can leave even the most resilient students feeling overwhelmed […]
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October is ADHD Awareness Month

Here’s how you can show your support for youth with ADHD Nearly 1 in 10 kids between the ages of 3 and 17 have an ADHD diagnosis. Of these, about 9 in 10 kids will need some form of support or accommodation in school. October is ADHD Awareness Month, and we’re sharing ways you can […]
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4 Tips for Talking to Your Teen About Substance Use

Open, non-judgmental dialogue can change their lives for the better Talking to teens about substance use can be a delicate and challenging conversation. It’s also one that could save their life. Here’s how you can equip your teen with the knowledge and skills to make safe choices. Make Time to Talk Springing a sensitive subject […]
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What You Should Know About Teen Vaping

Vaping isn't "safe smoking" What was once considered a trendy alternative to smoking cigarettes has now become an alarming epidemic—especially among teens. Sleek designs, enticing flavors, and deceptive marketing tactics make it seem harmless, but a growing body of research shows otherwise. There’s no time like the present to talk to your teen about the […]
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September is National Recovery Month

Use this as an opportunity to transform your teen's life September brings with it not only a change in weather but also a celebration of resilience and transformation. That’s why there’s no better time for National Recovery Month. This month brings opportunities to speak up about youth substance abuse, advocate for recovery, and move toward […]
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3 Ways to Support Mental Health for Underrepresented Youth

Empower well-being and bring awareness to their unique challenges Despite the progress made in discussing mental health openly, there remains a significant disparity in addressing the unique challenges faced by underrepresented communities. For example, depression is likely to be more persistent in minorities despite experiencing lower rates of depression.  Here’s how you can support mental […]
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