Psychiatry 101: Everything To Learn About Cognitive Dysfunction In Kids With Lupus 

When parents say, “I wish I can take my child’s pain,” you better believe it. Seeing your offspring go through the ordeal of having a disease is the worst thing on the planet. And it is ten times more heartbreaking when the illness is chronic like lupus since various factors can activate its symptoms 24/7. 

 

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Struggling With Parenting: How Online Counseling Can Help

It’s hard to understand the struggles of a parent until you are a parent yourself. You have probably heard your mother say, “You’ll understand it someday.” Yes, you will indeed! Parents’ love for their children is just priceless. They worry a lot because they never want their children to come to any harm and would go their way just to give them the comfort they can in this life.

The truth is there is no shame in seeking parenting counseling. And, if you decide to do so, it doesn’t mean you are a “bad parent.” The decision to work with a parenting counselor just means that you are brave enough to ask for help. — R. Y. Langham, Ph.D.

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Parenting Hacks For Moms With Teens

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Once children reach their teenage years, most moms would start to freak out. During the period of adolescence, some teens can be challenging to deal with. Many factors can easily influence teens to become rebellious. This is why every parent like you must know how to handle your teenage daughter properly. It will be challenging and scary in the beginning, especially when you entertain the possibility that your child will create a distance of herself from you. When this happens, just remind yourself that everything will be worth it in the end.

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Easy Tips To Raise Responsible And Mentally Strong Kids

Most kids nowadays grow up spoiled by their parents. Experts say that this will become a problem in the future. These kids have a higher chance of being dependent, even if they are already adults. Worse, they would not know how to handle their emotions when they go out into the real world.

We get onto the parenthood road thinking it will be exactly like our idyllic own childhood—or nothing like it, if ours was rocky—while integrating our presently held values. — Liz Matheis Ph.D.

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