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March 18, 2015

Can you hear me?

It may often be difficult to determine if a young person is going through normal life challenges or mental health struggles. A young person who is facing mental health struggles may be mislabelled as "attention seeking" or simply "acting out". When a student shows signs of motivational and academic issues, they may also be accused of being lazy. However their falling grades may be an indication...
March 17, 2015

Tips On Building Healthy Attachment With Young Children

Attachment is a concept originated in the work of John Bowlby. The secure bonding and relationships between children and their caregivers are the cornerstones for normal social and emotional developing. Although the first 2 years is crucial in attachment building, the process of attachment can still continue after your child...
March 17, 2015

Let’s Deal with Depression

Major Depressive Disorder and Dysthymic Disorder are the clinical names for conditions that most people simply refer to as depression. Major Depression refers to depression experienced as intense times of low mood lasting from several weeks to several months. In some cases, people can experience recurring episodes across their lives. Dysthymia refers to...
February 11, 2015

Aging and Attitudes

We live in a society that first and foremost prizes youth, beauty and vitality. As a result, we often find ourselves struggling against the aging process and attempting to do everything in our power to delay the inevitable. The most harmful consequence, however, is that we often renounce, dismiss, or reject our elderly, viewing them as a burden and a drain on society. In fact, old age has now come to be seen...