- Mental Notes
A Parent's Guide to Teenage Depression
Learn how to tell depression from typical teenage moodiness and find out how to keep your teen healthy.
Autism & Bullying: What Parents Can Do
A guide for parents of children with Autism and Asperger's on dealing with bullies, featuring tips for talking to your children and involving the school and community in banishing bullying
Tiger mom vs. unschooling: An introduction to two radically different approaches to parenting
Covers is the story of America's raging 'mommy wars' over what children need from their parents.
Anorexia & Bulimia – Not Just For Girls
Describes the signs and symptoms of anorexia and bulimia in boys.
Anorexia, Obesity and Control: The Family and Food in America
Until we can speak about the problems surrounding eating disorders and families with civility and gravity, we won’t even be able to uncover the underlying issues.
Treating Children's Social Anxiety With ... Video Games
It turns out that video games aren't the entirely negative influence some would have us believe.
5 Signs Your Teen Might Have an Eating Disorder
If you suspect an eating disorder, don't hesitate to take action. The sooner an eating disorder is detected, the better your teen's chances of recovery.
Having a Sibling With a Mental Illness
Mental illness affects the entire family, including the siblings--a factor that is often overlooked. Children who have a brother or sister with a mental illness face certain challenges, but they also gain valuable insight and can learn compassion from the
Coming Home to Hate
A 2009 study of LGBTQIA youth found that 9 out of 10 youth felt unsafe attending school at some point.
New Research Is Breaking The Glass Stereotype That Boys Are Better Than Girls In Math
Who says girls can't keep pace with boys in math? One study by Joseph Price, a Brigham Young economist, leaves that stereotype in the dust.
What Parents Need to Know - How to Recognize Bullying and Take the First Steps to Intervene
Because bullying happens in the shadows, parents must learn how to identify the warning signs and understand the bigger process of bullying.
Frustration and the Forbidden - Why People Turn to Violent Video Games
People may choose to play violent video games as a way of managing their mood. When they experience frustration, they turn to violent games.
Cyberbullying: What It Is and How To Help Protect Your Children
The digital revolution has brought about some amazing tools and technology that's changed not only the way we collect information, but how we live our day-to-day lives.