Let’s face it. Being the child of divorced parents can be traumatizing, and the holidays can contribute significantly to the already-present tensions and conflicts. Parents tend to argue over who will get to have their child for holiday dinners and other traditional family activities. Plus, there is the issue of different parenting styles and different rules in each of the households.
There’s a dangerous game of “don’t ask, don’t tell” going on between many parents and their teens, and as a result, kids aren’t getting the mental health support they need. Just in time for Mental Health Month, Dr. Mark Goulston shares some common reasons your kids won’t voluntarily open up about their depression and anxiety.
Do you ever wish you had a cheat sheet to life, with all the shortcuts laid out for you? We were able to talk with Beth Carvin CEO and co-founder of JamBios, the online memoir website who has discovered 5 things that the happiest, healthiest men do to get ahead in all areas of life.