Posted by on Apr 30, 2019 in Coping | No Comments

Understanding Adjustment Disorder Learn About Adjustment Disorder Significant life changes, such as migrating to another country, losing one’s possessions to a natural event, death of a loved one, job changes, or family changes, can take a toll on one’s life and overall disposition, which can lead to the onset of adjustment disorder. According to the Diagnostic […]

April Is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Posted by on Apr 10, 2019 in Coping | No Comments

It’s time to talk about it we are a safe zone. Take Action During SAAM April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, otherwise known as SAAM. During this month, people across the United States raised awareness about sexual violence, how to prevent it, and how to support those who are affected by it. The National Sexual […]

Safety & Concerns of Social Media & Children

Posted by on Apr 2, 2019 in Coping | No Comments

A child having his or her social network is like a rite of passage of sort these days. A child cannot bear it, as you might very well remember if she or he is not socially relevant in his or her circle of friends. They want people to hang on to their word and care […]

Coping with Anxiety & Depression

Posted by on Mar 18, 2019 in Coping | No Comments

Many people with anxiety disorders understand that their thoughts are irrational, but they still can’t stop them. Listed below are some symptoms of Anxiety and Depression. These are signs that a person may suffer from both anxiety disorder and depression: Constant, irrational fear and worry Physical symptoms like rapid heartbeat, fatigue, headaches, hot flashes, sweating, abdominal […]

Verbal, Physical & Social Cyber Bullying

Posted by on Mar 15, 2019 in Coping | No Comments

  Bullying often starts in elementary school outside on school grounds  and on school buses and typically becomes most common in middle school. By high school, it is less common but still occurs. * 28% of students in the U.S. in grades 6-12 have experienced bullying. * Around 30% of students admit to bullying someone […]