Posts Tagged ‘Responsibilities’

  • Hushed Child- Helicoptering Isn’t Effective Parenting-TeenDrugRehab

    Don’t Hover, Mom: “Helicoptering” Isn’t Effective Parenting

    Apr 26, 15 • 3605 Views • For the ParentsComments Off on Don’t Hover, Mom: “Helicoptering” Isn’t Effective Parenting

    As parents, we want to do all we can to protect our children and encourage them to grow up to be strong, self-assured and self-confident individuals who can make wise choices in an increasingly complex world. Somewhere along the line, however, many parents...

  • Now Is The Time - Protect Your Teen From Peer Pressure - TeenRehab

    How To Protect Your Teen From Peer Pressure

    Jan 16, 15 • 1655 Views • Featured, For the ParentsComments Off on How To Protect Your Teen From Peer Pressure

    Peer pressure is a powerful force. If you remember being a teenager, which most of us do with regret, you know just how important it is for young people to fit in with their peers. We all want to be a part of the group and to avoid being too different. In...

  • Tips For Finishing High School After Addiction - TeenDrugRehabs.com

    Finishing High School After Addiction

    Sep 5, 14 • 1593 Views • Facts and StatsComments Off on Finishing High School After Addiction

    Not finishing high school and not having that diploma or equivalency can hold you back in many ways. Besides feeling embarrassed or ashamed that you haven’t completed a high school education, in practical terms, not having that education can prevent you...

  • The Cost Of Bullying - 7 Ways To Stop Bullying - TeenDrugRehabs.com

    The Cost Of Bullying – 7 Ways To Stop It!

    Aug 12, 14 • 1611 Views • Self Esteem & IdentityComments Off on The Cost Of Bullying – 7 Ways To Stop It!

    A stark background. Window blinds. A tearful teenaged face. Flash cards with words scrawled on them. “I look like I’m happy. Well I’m not. What all you see is the fake me,” and then he goes on to describe, in black and white,...

  • Lessons In Family Dynamics And Addiction From Movie ‘Wish I Was Here’

    Lessons In Family Dynamics And Addiction From Movie, ‘Wish I Was Here’

    Aug 8, 14 • 2090 Views • InspirationalComments Off on Lessons In Family Dynamics And Addiction From Movie, ‘Wish I Was Here’

    By Edie Weinstein Does art imitate life or does life imitate art? It’s an age-old question that came to mind while watching the film “Wish I Was Here,” directed by Zach Braff who is best known for his role in the sitcom “Scrubs.” Braff also plays...

  • Parental Substance Abuse | Children And Mental Health

    How Are Substance-Abusing Parents Blocking Children’s Access To Mental Health Care?

    Jul 16, 14 • 1497 Views • Mental HealthComments Off on How Are Substance-Abusing Parents Blocking Children’s Access To Mental Health Care?

    Significant numbers of children in the U.S. have at least one parent who abuses drugs and/or alcohol. Current evidence indicates that such a situation adds to environmental conditions that increase any given child’s chances of developing...

  • Maternal Support For Anxiety Disorder | Alcohol Use Disorder

    How Mom’s Support Is Key In Helping Anxious Kids Avoid Alcohol

    Jun 27, 14 • 1739 Views • For the ParentsComments Off on How Mom’s Support Is Key In Helping Anxious Kids Avoid Alcohol

    Anxiety disorder is the common name for a group of officially defined mental health conditions centered on prominent and potentially debilitating reactions to everyday and unusual stress. People affected by one of these conditions may have increased odds of...

  • Do Coached Sports Lower Drinking, Smoking Risk For Early Teens

    Do Coached Sports Lower Drinking, Smoking Risk For Early Teens?

    Jun 16, 14 • 1774 Views • Self Esteem & IdentityComments Off on Do Coached Sports Lower Drinking, Smoking Risk For Early Teens?

    Middle school is an awkward stage of life. It’s a time when kids are changing a lot physically and emotionally and the transition can be bumpy. But a new study shows that taking part in a well-organized team sport can make part of that transitional phase a...

  • Graduation, Drinking And Tragedy - A Common Cocktail

    Graduation, Drinking And Tragedy: A Common Cocktail

    Jun 9, 14 • 1682 Views • For the ParentsComments Off on Graduation, Drinking And Tragedy: A Common Cocktail

    When Aria and her brother Davin were growing up, their parents were famous for throwing parties. They were a family of gourmands and loved to host brunches, dinner parties and cocktail toasts. The best champagne flowed even at the most casual occasions, and...

  • Is Hip Hop Going Sober - Meet The Artists Fighting Pro-Drug Messages

    Is Hip Hop Going Sober? Meet The Artists Fighting The Pro-Drug Messages

    May 14, 14 • 3250 Views • Celebrity Substance AbuseComments Off on Is Hip Hop Going Sober? Meet The Artists Fighting The Pro-Drug Messages

    Many genres of music casually celebrate drug and alcohol abuse. The stars are in a world of accessibility, with drugs and alcohol feeling like part of the job, as if it’s the way people are supposed to wind down after a show or get loose before their...