Now more than ever, the old adage “You are what you eat” has been gaining scientific traction. New research studies(1) link high sugar intake to increased risk for depression. If you have been feeling sluggish or depressed you might try eliminating processed sugar and simple starches to improve your mood. Parents are encouraged to eliminate Continue reading
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A recent Time Magazine cover story1 highlighted how anxiety and depression in teens have been on the rise since 2012… and sadly, that trend continues. In my daily work with teens, I see how their social culture constantly triggers stress, anxiety and often depression. “Adolescents today have a reputation for being more fragile, less resilient Continue reading
“The Edge of Seventeen” is currently in theaters, and captures a realistic experience of a teenager who is struggling and on the “edge”. This movie is one that provokes thought and empathy. It provides an inside look at the awkwardness, pain, and frustration of managing emotions and negotiating relationships as a teen. Teenagers are often Continue reading
If you’ve been to one my presentations recently, then you’ve heard me talk all about how important it is for parents to know about the apps your kids are using. It’s also imperative for you to monitor their interactions on social media. Your teen’s phone is not a diary. You do have the right to Continue reading