Losing someone you love is never easy, but it's even harder during the teen years when you are still gaining perspective on the world and have not yet experienced much loss. If your teen has lost someone close to them, it's important that you, as their parent, are there to help them through the grieving process. Here are four ways you can do just that. 1. Don't force them to talk about it.
Physical exercise is a central theme in many substance abuse treatment programs. In fact, if you plan to attend a residential treatment center, workout clothing will often be included on the list of personal items that you should plan to take with you. After you've completed treatment and are transitioning back into society, you might plan to continue to work out. Physical exercise not only provides myriad emotional and physical health benefits, but can also help to keep you occupied and prevent boredom, which could lead you down a path toward relapsing.
The highly mixed nature of American culture has led to an increase in interracial marriages. This is a bold step for civil rights, but it is one that doesn't come without problems. If you and your interracial partner are struggling with problems, it can feel hard to overcome them. Thankfully, it is possible. Perception Problems Can Plague You Interracial marriages are often plagued by problems that are typically caused by the way other people perceive your relationship.
When you are an adult with ADHD, you might find certain tasks or activities difficult to get through in a timely manner. Luckily, because you are an adult, you likely have coping mechanisms to manage your ADHD and ensure that, despite any troubles that you might have, you are still able to get the job done. Here are some additional tips for managing your ADHD. 1. Use Color Coded Lists if Your Are Visually Oriented
Do you have a teen who is struggling with a drug problem? For many parents, there is no greater fear than the one that their child may end up addicted to drugs. A drug addiction can derail your child's bright future, and possibly even lead them to jail or an early death. Compounding matters, drug addiction can often be a very stubborn problem to overcome. This is especially true if the child is deeply addicted to a hardcore narcotic.
I knew that I loved my husband, but I was having a very difficult time liking him most days. My husband acted much like an overgrown teenager expecting me to do everything for him. He couldn't be bothered to put his trash in the trash can, or put his dirty laundry in the hamper or even carry his dirty dishes to the sink so that I could wash them. After about 18 years of this behavior, I finally had to find someone to go to for help. We started seeing a counselor to try to find a way for me to like him again. It has helped some. My blog will show you a few ways that counseling can help you like your spouse as much as you love him or her.