Unfortunately, kids don’t always tell us what’s bothering them. So it’s often up to parents to figure out how to help kids share and overcome their fears.
Mental Health Issues
Here are several ways to help our teens change their anxious thinking habits and lead them toward a healthier mindset.
Stephen Arterburn helps listeners to better understand and assist loved ones in their healing from depression, reminding them that anyone can suffer from it, and for a variety of reasons. He encourages family members and friends to be present for their loved one, gently nudging them toward healthy decisions and, if necessary, professional help.
Make each day count with your kids. Every action you take can contribute to your child’s mental health.
A child or teen suicide attempt represents much more than a medical problem. It represents a young person in crisis, crying out for help.
Discovering how to improve mental health is a family affair. Here are seven ways to improve mental health within your family so that you can better handle any of life’s curveballs.
Feeling depressed? Bible verses about faith and hope along with coping skills may offer help to families during the hard times of quarantine.
Overcoming anxiety is something that we as parents must be intentional about. We must be purposeful in practicing how to focus on the present rather than uncertainty about the future.
When tweens and teens are experiencing psychological distress, they may cut themselves to cope with the emotional pain.
When the internal and external voices whisper the lies You’re insignificant, You’re not enough and You don’t measure up, we want our children to know, deep in their souls, that the only One who gets to define them is the One who created them and calls them beloved.