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Adderall Side Effects and Adderall Abuse Adderall is a medication that can improve concentration and focus for an individual with AD/HD, and this can be a welcome relief – short-term! However, potentially dangerous Adderall side effects, including Adderall abuse, are on the rise. Long-term use can alter brain function enough to cause depression and anxiety. [...]
Conduct Disorder: Is your child’s behavior out of control? Conduct disorder is a type of behavioral disorder. It can be divided into two sub-categories: childhood-onset and adolescent-onset. Childhood onset is found more frequently in males, and it often involves physical aggression beginning at a young age. Traditional treatment involves counseling and behavior modification, with medication [...]
Symptoms of Childhood Bipolar Disorder Childhood bipolar disorder, also known as pediatric bipolar disorder, is a form of bipolar disorder that may be found in children and teens. Its existence is still a matter of academic debate, but there is increasing evidence that suggests that bipolar disorder can exist in children. Is it Bipolar Disorder? (Adult [...]
The Statistics Are Alarming! Family Violence is an Epidemic in Our Community and Our Country The January 2009 Homeless Count found 5,750 people living on Dallas streets or in shelters, including 1,139 children. For the second year in a row, women and children made up more half of the homeless population (52%). Domestic abuse/family problems were [...]
Oppositional Defiant Disorder – What is ODD? Oppositional Defiant Disorder is the most common among Behavioral Disorders. It typically involves an ongoing pattern of disobedient, hostile, and defiant behavior toward most or all authority figures. Bullying among peers may also be noted. Although considered more common in boys than in girls, many young girls struggle [...]
ACE PARENTING: Affirmative, Consistent, Effective Parenting Part 3- Effective Parenting Effective parenting can be compared to art. Any artist will tell you that technique and skill are vital components of success within any given realm of artistry. Talent, or natural ability, is only a part of the puzzle! Effective artists must invest a lot of [...]
ACE PARENTING (Part 2): Consistent Parenting Merriman-Webster defines consistent in the following way: marked by harmony, regularity, or steady continuity; free from variation or contradiction; marked by agreement; showing steady conformity to character, belief, or custom. ACE parenting believes in the phrase, Say what you mean and mean what you say! Answer the following questions? Does [...]
ACE PARENTING (Part 1): A is for Affirmative Parenting ACE parenting is a full-time job, and it is not for the faint at heart! When our children are born, we do not leave the hospital with an instruction manual. There is not a switch that flips on to initiate healthy parenting when we bring our [...]