Health knowledge made personal
WellPage for What Role Does Self Esteem Play In Affecting Teens Emotions
+ Bookmark › Share
Go
Search posts:

What Role Does Self Esteem Play In Affecting Teens Emotions - Articles

50 Best Parenting Books for Families with Teens and Tweens by Vanessa Van Petten Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 May 2009 7:56pm Hi! We get thousands of submissions of parenting books for our teen reviewers and Vanessa Van Petten.  Here are some of our favorites for you to check out.  We have parenting books for parents of all ages with all specialties! We have included descriptions by the author about each of their books. If you would like to submit your book, we a ... Read on »
EMO, Teen Depression & Suicide by Anthony R. Patient Expert Posted Sat 15 Jan 2011 8:16pm (Artwork by Paul Ritz O. Magtrayo) EMO Pop Culture The term “emo” may have started in the music industry as an insult by punkers in the 1980s to describe the followers of emotive hardcore rock music. However, the term has been bastardized to mean “emotional” and has been used to refer to male vocalists who sing like little girls about their ... Read on »
ADDICTION - RECLAIMING THE BIOLOGY OF SELF-CONTROL by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 14 Jan 2013 10:32pm This is a very informative read, and one worth sharing.  Particularly for people who are having a hard time dealing with unemployment,financial troubles, anxiety and depression and who may be turning to drugs and alcohol to cope.  Read on... ADDICTION - RECLAIMING THE BIOLOGY OF SELF-CONTROL http://kanahayadreams.blogspot.co ... Read on »
Talking With Children About Ovum Donation 2009 AFA by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 11 Jun 2009 8:11pm Talking With Children About Ovum Donation 2009 from the AFA Talking with Children about Ovum Donation Introduction The first birth of a child conceived through ovum donation occurred in 1984. Since then an increasing number of fertility patients have used egg donation to become parents. As a result the number of children born via egg ... Read on »
How to Talk to "Your Teen" about Bullying by Changing Lives M. Facebook Posted Fri 29 Oct 2010 11:03am How to Talk to “Your Teen” about BullyingChanging Lives Martial Arts and Krav Maga Virginia Beach and Chesapeake, Virginia Sr. Master Instructor, Tracy Lee Thomas 7 th Degree Black Belt Changing Lives ATA Martial Arts in Virginia Beach and Chesapeake, VA is concerned for the teens in our community.Suicides by teens who have been harassed by ... Read on »
Body Image and Self Worth In Women by Dr. Deb Patient Expert Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 6:53pm ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Images of female bodies are everywhere. Women and their body parts sell everything from food to cars. Researchers report that women's magazines have 10 1/2 times more ads and articles promoting weight loss than do men's magazines, and over 3/4 of the covers of women's magazines include at least one message about how to change a ... Read on »
How Tweens and Teens Can Establish Healthy Relationships by Vanessa Van Petten Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:25am This post is by Tara Paterson, Tara has been building bridges with moms and families for many years and launched her non- profit concept- the Just For Mom foundation. The Foundation has been involved with projects that involved a grassroots effort to support the Reading Rainbow; the creation of the prestigious Mom’s Choice Awards®; and is th ... Read on »
How to Win the Gender War: Sexism and Teens [Teen Article] by Vanessa Van Petten Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 May 2009 3:23pm Cathy is a 17 year-old from Seatac, WA. She spends her time watching reruns of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, reflecting, and listening to various types of music as she writing her thoughts away. She hopes to live through her passions. I have come to the conclusion that sexism would not exist if gender roles did not exist. Let’s agree on this. ... Read on »
Grateful Teens May Have Less Risk for Depression, Other Problems by HealthFinder Posted Sun 05 Aug 2012 1:00pm healthnewslink Parents, teachers can help kids learn to identify good things in their lives, study says. By Barbara Bronson Gray HealthDay Reporter ... Read on »
Occupy the American Psychiatric Association In A Darker Dark Age by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 May 2012 12:00am By Adriana Gamondes I’m writing this post for two reasons. First it’s to announce an event which autism families might take an interest in—a chance to protest the proposed changes to the “bible of psychiatry,” the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual 5, which may go into effect in 2013. Secondly, I’m writing to bridge a gap betwe ... Read on »