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Do You Have Overbearing Parents? 7 Signs & How to Deal with Them

By |2019-10-05T21:15:11+03:00October 5th, 2019|Categories: Family & Parenting, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , , , |

You're scared silly when it comes to having Sunday Dinner with your overbearing parents, and dread the off-the-cuff, critical remarks they make. You're not alone. You shouldn't fear your parents since you're an adult. But it's hard to deal with their tight control, even after decades. If you're uncomfortable with how yours relate to you, you'll find this article useful. Why Are Some Parents Overbearing? All of us are familiar with helicopter parents who micromanage their children, even after they've grown. But what makes them

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Growing up in a Narcissistic Family Comes with These Life-Lasting Effects

By |2019-10-04T21:01:37+03:00October 4th, 2019|Categories: Family & Parenting, Mental Health & Wellbeing, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , |

You’re not alone if you grew up in a narcissistic family. In fact, many families like this think they’re normal. I really hate the subject of dysfunctional families because it makes me think of all the damage passed down to the children. I lived in a dysfunctional family, maybe not the worst, and maybe not a narcissistic family, but it wasn’t normal, I can tell you that. At times, I do believe my father had narcissistic tendencies, but he’s been gone for so long, and

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Why a Good Relationship with Parents Is More Important Than You Think

By |2019-09-13T20:44:15+03:00September 13th, 2019|Categories: Family & Parenting, Relationships, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , , |

Children don’t want their parents to cross their boundaries, but few of them realize that a good relationship with their parents is crucial. We may not like our parents to have a say in everything we do, but we must form solid relationships with them. We explain why it’s necessary and how to go about doing it. Why a good relationship with your parents is more important than you think 1. Foundation for Adult Relationships Relationships with one's parents are the first and often deepest

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Child Neglect: What Are Its Types, Causes and Long-Lasting Effects?

By |2019-09-06T20:31:23+03:00September 6th, 2019|Categories: Family & Parenting, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , , |

Child neglect is a form of child abuse and is a deficit in meeting a child's basic needs. This includes the failure to provide adequate health care, supervision, clothing, nutrition, housing as well as their physical, emotional, social, educational and safety needs. Society generally believes there are necessary behaviors a caregiver must provide in order for a child to develop physically, socially, and emotionally. Causes of neglect may result from several parenting problems including mental disorders, substance abuse, domestic violence, unemployment, unplanned pregnancy, and poverty. Child neglect depends on how a child and

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How To Deal With Your Angry Teenager And Help Them Cope With Emotions

By |2019-08-18T12:54:45+03:00August 18th, 2019|Categories: Family & Parenting, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

"The children now love luxury, they have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect to their elders..." Does this sound like something you've said recently about an angry teenager or a quote from a parenting blog? It's actually the words of Socrates spoken nearly 2500 years ago. He's speaking about youth and we can see that issues surrounding them have never changed. He talks about how youth are now tyrants and don't serve their households. Socrates also mentions more about the lack of respect

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9 Early Signs of Bipolar Disorder in Teens and Young Adults

By |2019-07-26T22:23:23+03:00July 26th, 2019|Categories: Family & Parenting, Health & Wellness, Mental Health & Wellbeing|Tags: , , , |

Mental illness presents many signs. For teens and adults, the signs of bipolar disorder can sometimes be hard to detect. I was 18 years old when I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. At that time, Before my diagnosis, I assumed my actions were just part of my characteristics. Those characteristics were probably the reason for many of the disastrous incidents from my earlier teenage years – things like running away, fighting with my parents, and having problems in school. My signs of bipolar disorder were

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Sternberg’s Triangular Theory of Love and 8 Different Kinds of Love

By |2019-07-09T20:36:51+03:00July 9th, 2019|Categories: Relationships, Relationships & Social Life|Tags: , , , , , |

Among the many models of understanding love, Sternberg’s Triangular Theory of Love attempts to explain any and all kinds of love. Love is something psychology constantly seeks to understand. Love is one of the most complex and confusing emotions and is shared by humans and animals across the world. In an attempt to understand love, there have been many different theories of what love is, how we feel it and why we feel it. Sternberg’s Triangular Theory of Love is one of the many models

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5 Self-Esteem Activities for Kids You Should Practice in Your Family

By |2019-08-12T00:52:55+03:00July 2nd, 2019|Categories: Family & Parenting, Personal Growth, Relationships & Social Life, Self-Improvement|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

You want healthy and well-adjusted kids, but how do you build up their self-esteem to accomplish this? Self-esteem is just like building any other skill, it requires practice, consistency, and patience. When it comes to kids, the whole family needs to be involved and to understand that it will be a work in progress. With several self-esteem activities available, the family needs to take a proactive approach and use them, to help kids grow and develop. Self-esteem development needs to be looked at similar to

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