Many people find that they can experience a little bit of a rough time emotionally from time to time. However, if you have found that you are not snapping out of this latest funk you have been in, possibly because of a tragedy that has happened in your life, you will want to take the time to reach out for some guidance. If you are not sure where to get that guidance, you will want to keep reading.
Exposure to violence is perhaps one of the biggest threats to your children's emotional health. A child who is a victim of violence or a witness to it may requires a significant amount of therapy over the coming months and even years in order to improve his or her emotional health. As a parent, you have few jobs more important than keeping your children safe, and one way to accomplish this goal is to keep violence out of your home.
Having a child that has been diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum can be confusing, frustrating, and even a bit depressing. Unfortunately, you are not going to have the time or energy to be any of those. To be able to give your child the best chance to become self-sufficient you are going to need to be there and able to deal with everything that happens. Counseling is good for you and the other members of your family to help understand things.
Being a victim of date rape can leave you feeling lost, depressed, and alone. Many victims of date rape do not report the experience to police because they feel shame and responsibility for the event occurring. No victim is ever at fault when it comes to date rape and learning how to handle the feelings that you feel after you have been raped is important. The following guide walks you through a few steps to take after you have been raped to start the healing process.
Bringing a new baby into the world is an exciting event, but the first weeks and months of a baby's life can be very stressful for a mother. While experiencing the "baby blues" is common in new mothers, postpartum depression is a serious concern, as it can be long-lasting without the proper treatment and self-care. It is believed that postpartum depression is caused by a combination of hormones dropping rapidly along with sleep deprivation and feeling emotionally overwhelmed.