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6 Tips For Parenting Teens In Their HSC Year

Parenting: How To Help Your Child Survive The HSC BY BRITTANY MCGILL The HSC is a tough year for both students and their parents. Indeed, I have heard many parents say that it feels like the entire family is put through the wringer! Parents grapple with wanting their teenager to do the absolute best that […]

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Depression: Men Get Depression Too

Seeking Help For Depression BY AMANDA HALE 1 in 8 men will have depression and 1 in 5 will experience anxiety at some point in their lives. These stats might not be as high as in women, but fewer men than women talk about their anxiety or depression, and far fewer men seek help. And […]

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Parenting: How To Parent Your Anxious Teen

Anxiety In Teens: What You Can Do To Help BY DR SARAH HUGHES In teens, anxiety can go hand in hand with irritability and agitated outbursts. No parent likes to see their child struggle so it can be tempting to ignore uncharacteristic rudeness to keep the peace and avoid a confrontation, but when your child […]

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Work Stress: Tips For Dealing With Common Workplace Problems

BY DR SARAH HUGHES Your Boss Sets Unreasonable Deadlines Working overtime to meet your boss’s unrealistic expectations will make you stressed (not to mention resentful), and in the longer-term you’ll eventually burn out.  Your boss won’t change unless you re-calibrate his or her expectations.  Each time you work through lunch or stay late to meet […]

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4 Tips To Build Confidence In Kids

Parenting: How To Raise Confident Kids BY DR. SARAH HUGHES Your self-esteem is how you feel about yourself and how important you think you are. It’s one of the most valuable things you can teach your child. All children will face challenges and set-backs but children with healthy self-esteem are more resilient and more able […]

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