All posts tagged stress
In the fast paced world that we live in, it’s truly important to stop and smell the roses. Seeing as how it’s currently winter, and you may not be near a flower shop, here are 5 simple ways to relieve […]
The holiday season can be a stressful time for everyone. Having you family prepared before the busy time arrives can reduce that unneeded stress. Parentingsquad.com
Sometimes your parents can be really frustrating, unfair or even humiliating, which may make you more likely to argue with them. However, ongoing arguments and tension can be
End of October and the mid-term blues rise up like storm clouds. The effects are real, school work builds up, and the ability to sleep goes down. For
Tweens and teens are constantly under pressure to live up to certain expectations, whether it's high school, sports, extra curricular activities, friends, boyfriend/girlfriend relationships. These, along with the
One of the reoccurring themes of back to school is bullying. The awareness of this problem has definitely increased over the past few years. The biggest change is
The new school year significant a new beginning and an opportunity for being noticed. Many teens are busy planning a new image that embraces the latest fashion trends.
Parents put a lot of pressure on teens to succeed, or at least try their best, in everything they do. But that’s not the only expectation that teens
Everyone encounters stress at times — adults, teens, and even kids. There are good stresses and bad stresses. Although just enough stress can be a good thing, stress
As a parent, your natural instinct is to protect your child from painful experiences. But when a tragic occurs at home, close to home, or out in the
Summer is a time for chilling out, not stressing out. For enjoying a change of pace from the school year, to kick back and unwind. A recent survey found
No parent wants to receive the dreaded call that says their child has gotten into trouble, whether it’s at school, daycare, a friend’s house, or in the neighborhood.
Is your teen in the process of applying to colleges? The college application process is stressful and competitive; your teen may not wish to talk about the stress
We all know what anxiety feels like: A pounding heart, sweaty palms, upset stomach. Regardless of the trigger, the physical symptoms of anxiety can literally make you sick.
It can sometimes be difficult to know if your child is experiencing overwhelming feelings of stress and what to do to help. Keep in mind that everybody has
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