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Does Your Troubled Teens Addiction Run in the Family?

Did you get your eye color from your mother? Perhaps your hair and nose hail from your father’s side of the family? So many of our physical traits and behaviors can be due to our genetics. For some, there may be an increased propensity for addictive behaviors if there is an addiction running through the […]

Recognizing if Cyberbullying is Happening Over Zoom Classes

During the Covid-19 pandemic, Zoom.com has quickly risen to become the go-to choice for businesses and schools to hold meetings and classes. As parents, we worry so much about our teens being bullied when they are in school. It’s easy to think that the bullying would ease up when they are spending more time at […]

Signs Your Teen May Be Going Through Drug Problems

All teenagers are going to act out and have mood swings. With the changing hormones of adolescence, the occasional outburst is normal. But that doesn’t mean you should ignore warning signs that may indicate a deeper issue with your troubled teen. While most mood swings can be attributed to hormones, other changes in behavior or […]

A Year of COVID and Checking Up on Your Teenager

There is no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has harshly impacted our way of life, relationships, and mental health. We’re working differently, we’re living differently, and we’re spending time with family and friends differently. But the pandemic has not just taken a toll on adults. The seemingly endless cycle of stress coupled with fear and […]

Teenage Coping Skills Your Teenager Should Be Aware Of

It is never too early in life, or too late in life, to learn valuable coping skills. Parents with troubled teens quite often find that much of the behavior seems confusing. In reality, teens may be acting out due to a lack of effective coping strategies for stress, anxiety, depression, or other mental health issues. […]

Why It May Be Worth Your Troubled Teen To Detox From Social Media

Social media plays a significant role in your teen’s mental health. Not only does it distract them from their schoolwork, but it can expose them to bullying and exacerbate the need to fit in. If your troubled teen is spending too much time on social media, it might be a good idea to have them […]

Should My Teenager Have Their Own Cellphone?

As a parent to a teenager, you’ve probably been asked more than once if they can get a cell phone. With more children and teenagers getting cell phones at earlier ages, it can be challenging to know when it is the right time for your troubled teen to receive a cell phone of their own. […]

The Difference In Risks Between Troubled Teen Boys and Girls

The teen years can be tumultuous for parents and teens alike. With countless books and the expert opinions of other parents, it can still feel like an impossible task to tackle the teen years with confidence, particularly once parents find themselves with troubled teens. Risky behavior is not always a given with teenagers, but it […]

Labeling Teens Is More Powerful Than We Think

It’s natural for us to try to understand the world around us so that we can make sense of it. Unfortunately, this often results in labeling the people we come in contact with regularly. It’s easier to feel like we “know” somebody if we can put them into a nice neat box with a label. […]

Recognizing If Your Teenager Is Suffering From Anxiety

As your child transitions into their teenage years, you might notice that they seem a little more anxious about things. During puberty, kids start to feel more self-conscious and worried about what other people think of them. It’s common for teens to become slightly more anxious or uncomfortable in social situations during their teenage years. […]

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