Teen Girl Issues

Parenting Tips: Dealing with Teen Girl Relationship Problems

By | May 15th, 2017|Teen Girl Issues|

If you have an adolescent aged daughter, then you probably know all about teen girl relationship problems. Teen girls are dramatic and sneaky--they can turn to toxic methods such as gossiping behind each other’s backs or sending mean [...]

Be the Rock: Four Practices For Better Handling Your Out Of Control Teenage Daughter

By | May 1st, 2017|Behavioral Issues, Teen Girl Issues|

If your daughter is struggling with defiant behaviors, it can feel like things get out of control very quickly. Here are four ways to handle out of control behavior. Establish the root cause Chances are, if you’re experiencing [...]

Resolving a Parent-Teenager Conflict the Right Way

By | April 21st, 2017|Teen Girl Issues, Uncategorized|

When a parent-teenager conflict arises, many parents are at a loss for what to do. Some respond to their teen’s anger with more anger, some respond with extreme consequences, some don’t respond at all—each of these can have [...]

Rebellious Teenage Girl: Brain Scans May Reveal Hidden Risks

By | February 23rd, 2017|Defiant Behavior, Teen Girl Issues|

What drives a rebellious teenage girl continues to elude parents all over the planet--but we may have gotten a step closer to understanding what drives teenage rebellion pretty recently. Brain scans give us a deeper look into how [...]

Living with Trauma: Overcoming PTSD from Childhood

By | January 26th, 2017|Teen Girl Issues, trauma, Trauma Treatment|

In movies, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is often the burden of army veterans coming home from lengthy wars. In reality, however, PTSD is far more complex. PTSD can occur in anyone, at any age. Living with PTSD from [...]

What’s Causing the Increased Need for Anxiety Treatment for Teens?

By | October 6th, 2016|Anxiety, Mental Health, Mental Issues, Student Profile, Teen Girl Issues|

There’s a looming question for professionals and parents: why is the need for anxiety treatment for teens increasing? Can we just better identify it now and that's why there are “more” teens with anxiety, or is it a [...]

Deep Wounds: The Long Lasting Effects of Childhood Bullying

By | September 29th, 2016|Bullying, Mental Health, Teen Girl Issues, trauma|

Image Source: flickr user- TwentyFour Students, effects of childhood bullying Most of us have been bullied once or twice in our lives. Maybe for some, they were the ones doing the bullying. As a child it [...]

Fighting Teen Attitude Problems: Olympian soccer player sets example for teens

By | September 23rd, 2016|Mental Health, Teen Girl Issues|

According to a recent article by CNN, United States Olympic soccer player Alex Morgan is setting a great example for teens around the world. Alex Morgan and the United States Women’s Olympic soccer team suffered an unfortunate defeat [...]

From Generation to Generation: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms in Teenagers

By | September 15th, 2016|Mental Health, Mental Issues, Teen Girl Issues, trauma, Trauma Treatment|

According to a recent article by Psych Central, a recent study has found that post traumatic stress disorder symptoms in teenagers may be transmitted to children of holocaust survivors. New research has found that both Holocaust survivors and [...]

Wellbeing in Teens: It’s Okay to Not Be Okay

By | September 15th, 2016|General Health, Mental Health, Mental Issues, Teen Girl Issues|

Photo Credit: flickr user - Kleinefotografie, wellbeing in teens According to a recent article by CNN, maintaining wellbeing in teens can be difficult and that’s okay. In a previous study, researchers studied human happiness and wellbeing in [...]