Years after I was called a liar, parents are still told they must be part of the problem

When my son was eight, the psychologist called me a liar.  Upon reviewing my son’s psychological test results, Dr. W said that either he was a very sick little boy or his mother – that would be me – was lying through her teeth.  Or at least exaggerating. I was  (read more...)

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Mental Health Awareness Month

What Youth Are Saying

I have a love/hate relationship with social media. It’s become the easiest place to keep up with the hustle and bustle of everyone’s lives- I can see the latest pictures of my cousin’s baby, find audition postings for plays, and watch cute bunny videos. I can send messages to family members who live halfway across the country, see all the cool art people have been working on, catch up on the latest news stories and everyone’s take on them. You can definitely find a sense of community while using social media. Sites like Facebook and Instagram are definitely beneficial  (read more...)