How to Find Calm and Courage During Anxiety – What all Parents Need to Know

By Karen Young Anxiety in children and teens can make everyone feel helpless. It can come from anywhere and nowhere, and often it makes no sense at all. This is because anxiety is a primitive, instinctive response, not a rational one. Anxiety is driven by a strong, beautiful, healthy brain that is doing exactly what brains are meant

22 Things You Do as an Adult When You Experienced Emotional Abuse as a Teenager

  By Juliette Virzi The teenage years are often characterized by peer pressure, styles you never thought would come back in fashion and of course — angst. But what we may fail to recognize is that many teens are really hurting. For some, the teenage years are a time marked by emotional abuse. The adults who

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TED Talk: How Childhood Trauma Affects Health Across a Lifetime

Dr. Nadine Burke Harris sheds light on ACES or Adverse Childhood Experiences. Because sometimes the trauma we experience as children is not something we can just get over through sheer willpower or something you just get over as you grow up. Dr. Harris explains that the repeated stress of abuse, neglect and parents struggling with

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