It isn’t uncommon for children to have fears until they grow up. Sometimes these fears are realistic, sometimes they aren’t. But sometimes a fear is something more, that is when it becomes a phobia. A lot of people don’t believe that a child can have a phobia but they most certainly can. What phobias can a child develop?
No one wants to imagine that their child is being bullied. We want our kids to only have the best life possible. That being said, bullying can be found around the world. It can be as basic as name calling and can go all the way up to life threatening situations. No matter how dangerous or how unimportant the bullying might seem, it is always important to address bullying.
Childhood aggression can be a serious condition that needs to be addressed. Sometimes childhood aggression comes by itself while in most circumstances it is a sign of an underlying condition. By the time a child enters grade school aggression should be out of their system. They have learned to express themselves and have gotten past parts of their growth where aggression is their go to feeling.
Depression is a serious mental health condition that many people live with every day. It can have a number of symptoms. Treatment is essential to help keep a positive attitude and to have a healthy life. For the most part, depression drugs have been the same for decades. Just a couple of months … Continue reading How Ketamine Helps With Depression
While many of us know that the death of a parent is something that is bound to happen, we are never prepared for it. It doesn’t matter if you are a little kid or a seasoned adult, it will still catch you off guard. You aren’t just losing your parent, you are losing a part … Continue reading Dealing With The Death Of A Parent
Death is never something that is easy to handle. When you are a parent and you experience the death of a child though, that is one of the most difficult times in a parent’s life. In fact, it is often referred to as the ultimate tragedy. Dealing with that loss can be extremely difficult. … Continue reading Dealing With The Death Of A Child