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Children express their needs and feelings through their behaviour. You may notice your child crying more, having angry outbursts, or avoiding school and social relationships. This is especially true for children who are gifted, have learning challenges, or struggle with sensorimotor issues.
Adolescence is a time of enormous change. Teens experience significant development in their bodies, social connections and their identity. Concerning behaviours may include withdrawal from social and family relationships, isolating, feeling anxious and overwhelmed, appearing sad or depressed, and talk of suicide.
Telling your story, being heard, realizing your struggles are normal, brainstorming options and identifying next steps can make all the difference. It is possible to transform depression, anxiety, and isolation into passion, personal calm, and a sense of connection.
Relationships require work. They can be taxing and difficult and even at times painful. We lose sight of the love and passion that brought us together in the first place. Sometimes our significant relationships need an overhaul – sometimes they simply need a tune-up.
Family brings out the best in us, and the worst. Whether we all live under the same roof or not, being family and keeping relationships healthy can be daunting. We understand the power family has to shape us as individuals and impact our ability to have healthy relationships.