You know the image of the hyper-active child with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) – they’re loud, restless, can’t sit still or control their emotions and this leads to trouble in school and with peers. According to the CDC, approximately 11% of
It may seem harmless, when you’re stuck inside in front of the TV over a long weekend blizzard or after a surgery or bout of the flu – and find yourself binge-watching TV for a loooong stretch of time. This
Traveling to Europe or an island in the Caribbean this summer or considering a gap year in a foreign country? If you’re US born, speaking a second language like Spanish or French can certainly make foreign travel easier. Plus, after
Most likely, we have all known someone who suffered from some form of eating disorder. According to the National Eating Disorder Association 20 million women and 10 million men in the US suffer from a clinically significant eating disorder at
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn….there seem to be more social networks popping up every day for us to login, create a profile and connect. Initially this seems fun and harmless, an easy way to get back in touch with long lost
You’ve always been the “mature” one in your circle of friends; maybe you were recognized and praised by a coach or teacher for being considerate, understanding, patient with your peers and calm under pressure. Or, maybe no one really noticed.
Oh it’s just a quirk you think. “Ed just likes everything neat and clean, he’s just Type A” you tell yourself, or other family members, to brush off a truth that could be painful to grasp – Ed may have
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