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Balancing child custody during the holiday season
Posted in Children, communication, Family, Parenting, Relationships - 0 Comments

While the holidays can be a cheerful time and an opportunity to reflect on all that has occurred over the past year, some memories and experiences can contribute to feelings of anger and resentment, especially among parents who are separated or divorced. Children of separated or divorced parents may particularly have a difficult time with […]


Custody of children and mental health
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Fighting over custody of children can take a toll on both parents during an already mentally trying time. These individuals and their offspring can feel great anxiety over this time of conflict. Taking on the situation in a mature way can alleviate difficulties and lessen negative feelings already common in divorces. Ugo Uche, a licensed […]


Motherhood – The big decisions: Separation anxiety and saying farewell to a child

Taking a child to day care can feel like a relief from the hustle and bustle of following him or her around all of the time. This may not be the case for everyone though. Some mothers and children may miss each other during this time in a stage known as separation anxiety. Children typically […]


Turbulent take offs – Helicopter parents and stifled children
Posted in Children, Mental Health, Mental Illness, Parenting - 0 Comments

Parents give their children life and usually want to preserve it. Plenty of mothers and fathers extend that to mental well-being. However, some guardians take their roll to inappropriate levels and smother their children to the point of discomfort and mental detriment. One particular example was published on Psych Central and scrutinized by Kristina Randle, […]


Motherhood – The big decisions: Statistics and research of postpartum depression

The baby is born and chaos can take hold as the family scrambles to care for the new child. Disrupted sleep routines kick parents out of bed and economic challenges of diapers now affect financial spreadsheets. Despite this, many parents are glad to face these challenges for the sake of their baby. Some mothers experience […]


Motherhood – The big decisions: Preparing for birth and possible physical and mental complications
Posted in Health and Wellness, Parenting, Relationships, Women - 0 Comments

The big day will arrive, contractions will start and soon a new baby will enter the world. Knowing the possible complications of the birthing process can better prepare new parents. While obsessively pouring over negative birthing stories isn’t encouraged, a general understanding of any possible complications may help some patients stay calm. Gail Greiner, contributing […]


Motherhood – The big decisions: Staying at peace during pregnancy
Posted in Emotions, Motherhood, Parenting, Pregnancy, Women - 0 Comments

Nourishing and nurturing another human being is hard work. The weight gain, hormonal changes and some possible emotional ups and downs can challenge a pregnant woman’s mental health. Rick Nauert, Ph.D., writing for Psych Central, claims pregnancy triggers more hormones in the woman’s body than any other time of her life. Research on the subject […]


Motherhood: The big decisions – Thoughts to make before having a child
Posted in Children, Mental Health, Motherhood, Parenting, Pregnancy - 0 Comments

Choosing parenthood is arguably one of the biggest decisions anyone can make. Financial, practical and emotional considerations abound when choosing to take care of another life for 18 years or more. Having a child without considering the repercussions big and small could result in emotional distress. Joanne Baum, Ph.D., writer for Pregnancy.org, proposed several questions […]


The stresses and trials of stepmothers
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Coming into a family with children from a previous marriage is challenging for some stepmothers. Kids may still keep strong emotional bonds with their previous parent and see a new mother as a threat. Facing this trial can lead to mental health difficulties. Wednesday Martin, Ph.D., author of “Stepmonster: A New Look at Why Real […]


Domestic Violence Awareness Month – Domestic violence’s effect on children
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The pain of domestic violence extends beyond the couple involved, as highlighted by Domestic Violence Awareness Month, which is in October of 2015. The hits, screams and other forms of hostility can shake the walls of rooms and the hearts of children. Science indicates children in abusive homes are vulnerable and need protection from mental […]


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