Talking about teen suicide

Talking about teen suicide

The biggest reason many teens don’t talk to their parents about their suicidal thoughts is their perception that their parents would “freak out.” Would you?
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Back to school with friends, and frenemies?

Back to school with friends, and frenemies?

For a child contending with a frenemy, the impact on their mental health can be even more severe, including anxiety and low self esteem, which can begin to affect family relationships.
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Bullied, bullies and children's mental health

Bullied, bullies and children's mental health

Bullying is a frequent and unwelcome part of childhood and adolescence, and can have a negative impact on a child’s mental health. What do you do when you suspect your child is being bullied or bullying others?
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Doing nothing is expensive

Doing nothing is expensive

Untreated, a child struggling with a mental illness may affect community costs by emergency room visits, juvenile justice actions and school disruption.
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On movies, mental health and Roger Ebert

Popular film critic Roger Ebert died in April after a long struggle with cancer. He was 70…
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Words with Friends

Words With Friends is one of the more popular game apps. This post is about a different…
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One special day!

On March 28, the San Antonio community took One giant leap toward increasing access to mental health treatment for kids and their families with the launch of…
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One very good reason

Why One In Five Minds? If you’ve reviewed the One In Five Minds website,…
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