Addiction is no laughing matter. It destroys the lives of people directly affected by it and of those that are close to them. And yet according to a report by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, only one in seven people receives the treatment they need.
Controlling your family life isn’t easy. Roughly 95% of your mind’s thoughts, actions, emotions, and processes are controlled by the subconscious mind (emotional mind). And on top of everything else, there are so many things to juggle and worry about for the conscious mind. According to thinking statistics, 2% of people think, 3% think that they think, and 95% would rather not think at all.
Adjusting as a family is essential if your child has been diagnosed with anxiety. While it may leave you feeling lost and like there is nothing you can do to help. Too often, children get left to process their feelings and emotions alone. Please continue reading to discover eight ways parents can support their child struggling with anxiety. Integrating these methods will not only help your struggling child but will also strengthen your family bond.
Did you know that gardening and beekeeping promote physical and emotional well-being? Both hobbies require a lot of work; however, gardening and bee enthusiasts don’t mind the labor. Plus, they are reaping many healthy rewards!
If your child has anxiety, he or she is not alone. In the United States, it is the most common mental health condition, impacting more than 40 million adults and 4.4 million children. Given these numbers, you may find yourself asking a common question: What can I do?
The Greek philosopher Plato once said, “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything.” Music, indeed, has a significant influence on us, particularly on our children. It can help them develop coordination, relieve anxiety, and even help to make them smarter.
Can mental health problems during pregnancy affect a child’s development? Photo by Leah Kelley from Pexels Let’s cut to the chase straight away: yes and no. Mental health problems may or may not affect the baby, but this depends on a myriad of factors. Mental health illnesses are much more evasive and difficult to treat than physical disorders, […]