When was the last time you were with your friend as they reorganized their closet, remarking how they are “so OCD about cleaning”? Knowing how rigorous they can sometimes be about tidiness, chances are you both laughed off this cute quirk about them. As with many other situations, conditions, and disorders in life, unless one has personal experience with or
Teenagers experience depression differently from adults, which is one reason why it’s challenging for parents to recognize when their teenage child is depressed. Not only that, but teens are less likely to reveal their feelings to you. Your teenager may think their thoughts and behaviors are normal or feel too embarrassed or ashamed to speak up. When parents fail to
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