Seeing through the Vapor, E-Cigarettes Infographic

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Seeing through the Vapor, E-Cigarettes – Infographic

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A Better Look at Teen Self-Harm – Infographic

Teens struggle with many things and often times don't know how to cope. Because of this, teens can develop bad habits and self-harm may be one of the most gruesome. Self-harm is often a way for teens to feel that they have gained some control of their lives during difficult situations. Also, many feel that they have lost the sense of feelings and emotions, in which they turn to self-harm to become a way for them to 'feel' again. The dangers are clear but many teens need the support of loved ones, and even the help from professionals, to kick this dangerous and unhealthy habit.

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Creating Structure For Teens With Behavioral Disorders – Infographic

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It is important to create structure for children and teens as they grow up. Structure helps people understand the reason they are moving in a certain direction, what the usual habits and activities we must do on a regular basis and what is acceptable behaviors in the world when children and teens grow up and venture out into the real world. Creating structure for children and teens with behavioral disorders can be a challenge but is extremely crucial for their development. Begin there for your child is important and creating a structure that works well with their behavioral disorder is the best way to prepare them for the real world they will encounter as adults. Below is a infographic depicting some ways to create structure for teens with some of the most common behavioral disorders.

 

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Online Dangers For Teens – Infographic

Teens are growing up in a world very different than their parents. Dangers are not just lurking in back alleys but are a major threat in their mobile devices, smartphones and online. Speak with your teen about the potential dangers that they may get into online and make sure they understand they can always come to you for help.

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Kicking Teen Violence To The Curb Infographic

It is surprisingly high how many teens are involved in violence in their schools and neighborhoods. People that have been involved with teen violence are often filled with fear or regret. Education is the key to solving this epidemic. Friends and families of teens need to be standing up for what is right and supporting teens that have been affected by teen violence. There is always help for teens hurt by violence. Find out how you can do your part - know the signs and solutions so you can speak up against teen violence. Please reach out to those in need and spread the word. 

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Bullying Prevention Month 2014 – Infographic

Take a look at some of the biggest campaigns and inititives against bullying in 2014

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Oppositional Defiant Disorder – Infographic

Do you wonder if your child has characteristics of an Oppositional Defiant Disorder child? Some symptoms can range from persistent anger issues to tantrums, uncooperative, hostile or annoying behaviors. Often times leading to arguments with people of authority or power. Learn more about Oppositional Defiant Disorder in the infographic below.

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Reactive Attachment Disorder Infographic

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Teen Internet Addiction Infographic

Teen Internet Addiction Infographic

 

 

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