Like many parents, you may have felt relatively successful at parenting until the onset of your child's adolescence. Suddenly, the child who shared your interests and accepted your ideas now declares that, "You're completely out of it and don't understand anything about their life."
All relationships have their ups and downs, but there are certain types of behavior in any relationship that are unacceptable and abusive. If you think that your partner is abusive, or you suspect that someone you know is in an abusive relationship, review the information below. Recognizing the signs of an abusive relationship is the first step to breaking free.
Researchers studying gratitude report that practicing gratitude can improve your health and well-being. Robert Emmons, Ph.D. and colleagues at UC Davis randomly divided study participants into three groups, each which made weekly entries in a journal.
Your personality may dictate how long you'll live. After studying 1,633 men over a 12 year period, researchers at Purdue University determined that chronic, excessive worrying can take several years off your life.
Teen suicide is alarmingly common. It is the third leading cause of death for people age 15 to 24 (following accidents and homicide). Studies show that 4 out of 5 teen suicide attempts have been preceded by clear warning signs. Parents and teens should be aware of some of the warning signs of depression and suicide.