» Trump's language on school shooter's mental health could be harmful, experts say
02/23/18 - from: CNN.com - Health
President Trump called the Parkland high school shooter a "sicko." Experts say this kind of language is harmful, and studies show that most people with mental illness are more likely to be victims, not perpetrators.

» Trump's language on school shooter's mental health could be harmful, experts say
02/23/18 - from: CNN.com - Health
President Trump called the Parkland high school shooter a "sicko." Experts say this kind of language is harmful, and studies show that most people with mental illness are more likely to be victims, not perpetrators.

» ​Teaching Teens Ways to Excel at School Despite Mental Illness
02/22/18 - from: World of Psychology
Two extremely upsetting statistics came out not too long ago. Reports have found that not only is there a link between absenteeism in school and mental illness, but there is also a correlation between suspensions from schools and childre...

» How Do We Assure the Children?
02/22/18 - from: World of Psychology
If polled, most parents would say it was their primary job to protect their children from harm. “Look both ways before you cross the street.” “Don’t touch a hot stove.” “Don’t go off with a stranger.” These are common instructions offere...

» No Simple Answer to Impact of Smartphones on Teens
02/22/18 - from: Psych Central News
New research suggests the impact of cell phones is dependent upon many variables, including the vulnerability of the teen. Researchers attempted to answer the question of whether the next generation […]

» Podcast: Come On, Get Happy – The App
02/22/18 - from: World of Psychology
More and more apps are showing up that are geared toward mental health. One such app is called, simply, “Happy.” This simple to use app allows a user to speak with a “giver” (an emotional support individual) to discuss whatever happens t...

» Bolstering Self-Concept in Young Mental Health Patients May Aid in Treatment
02/21/18 - from: Psych Central News
New research suggests an important part of treatment for young mental health patients — especially those in a hospital setting — is improving how they perceive themselves, according to a […]

» I Doubt Myself and Change My Personality Daily
02/21/18 - from: Ask the Therapist
From a 14 year old girl in the U.S.: All my life i’ve tried to be different people. any sort of charscter or musician or anything that i’ve gotten attatched to, i try to become. it’s a HUGE problem and seems to even aff...

» I Feel Homicidal
02/20/18 - from: Ask the Therapist
I’ve never felt homicidal before, ever. I’ve felt suicidal, but never homicidal. THen, something happened last night.I’m not gonna say what it is, but it made my parents mad at me and lose their trust. I started to feel suicidal, but now...

» Who Does School Shootings? Psychopaths, Not People with Asperger’s Syndrome
02/20/18 - from: World of Psychology
When school shootings take place, especially after Newtown, Asperger’s Syndrome is often suspected. Both the Florida Sun-Sentinel and the New York Times reported comments that Parkland shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz was diagnosed with aut...

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