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What Parents Need to Know about the Rise in Suicide Attempts by Poisoning

The suicide rate is rising for all age groups across the United States, but especially among adolescents and young adults. More teenagers attempt suicide by intentional self-poisoning than any other suicide method. Self-poisoning can include an intentional drug overdose or exposure to some other toxic substance, such as drinking bleach or breathing in carbon monoxide. […]

Sober Support: Where Teens Can Find Support As They Receive Help With Substance Abuse

Outside of religious organizations, there aren’t really programs or ready support systems for struggling teens who have struggled with substance abuse and are trying to stay sober. This lack of support can cause many teens to relapse, and leave them with crippling addictions as they transition into young adulthood. However, there is help and support […]

Take Heart Parents, You Are Not Alone in This

It’s a universal truth that there is no perfect family. There are no perfect parents or perfect children. There are millions of parents, across the country, and around the world, who have problems with their teenage children. Countless parents across the globe are searching for ways to help their struggling teen. Teen years are tumultuous […]

A Therapeutic Boarding School Is The Way To Go, Not A Boot Camp

There are many troubled teen programs to consider when parents are looking for help for their struggling son or daughter. Often, the decision for many parents come down between a therapeutic boarding school or a boot camp. So, if you are caught between these choices, how do you know which is right for your troubled […]

Pointers for Parents of Teens: How to Help Your Teens Stay Safe This 4th of July

Fourth of July makes us think of parades, family barbeques, fireworks, and summer fun, but we also need to be aware of the dangers on this holiday, especially for teens.  It’s a shocking statistic, but more teens are killed in traffic accidents on July 4th than any other day of the year. Disturbing Stats From […]

Suicide in the Media and Tragic Effects on Teenagers

13 Reasons Why In 2017 Netflix aired a TV show called 13 Reasons Why (written as TH1RTEEN R3ASONS WHY), about a 17-year-old girl who recorded a series of tapes in which she explains why she committed suicide. The show focuses on problems typically faced by today’s teens, such as issues with friends and troubles at […]

The Pivotal Role Fathers Play in a Teen’s Life

Teens may not want to admit this, Dad, but they need you. Anyone who takes the role of a father – not just a birth father, but also an adoptive father, step-father, or father-figure – plays a pivotal role in a teen’s life. On Father’s Day, this June 16th, let’s take a moment to appreciate […]

Dance as a Tool to Help Struggling Teens

Sometimes we forget how hard it is to be a young teenager. The push and pull in their world to fit in can be crippling. The sad truth is, suicide is the 3rd leading cause of death of 12-year olds around the world. Think about that for a moment. Just as a child is entering […]

International Day of Families: A Day Just To Focus On Being A Family

The United Nations General Assembly established May 15th as the International Day of Families in 1993. The purpose was to celebrate the role of families in society and develop awareness of issues that affect families all around the world. The UN considers the family unit a basic unit of society. For most of us, family […]

May is Mental Health Month- Let’s Support Our Struggling Teens

May has been declared Mental Health Month in an effort to increase awareness and promote discussion about mental health issues. There are many kinds of mental illnesses, and millions of people in our country who suffer from mental health, but the one thing that people with mental illness all have in common is that they […]

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