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PARENTING IS A NON-STOP BALANCING ACT
You'll need optimism, firmness, time-management, patience, love, and thoughtfulness. The goal is to raise happy, healthy, respectful and responsible adults. Make time to be present in your parenting. Your child will make mistakes (and so will you). Look at these as an opportunity to hold your child accountable for the natural consequences of life while offering the support they need.
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Dr. Parris Kidd PhD and child psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen answer your questions on supplements for children. What supplements should I give my child? What if my child is too young to swallow pills or refuses to take supplements? To learn more about BrainMD Health supplements visit my store page here.Read More
Is it safe to take supplements with anti-depressants, SSRI’s or anti-psychotic medicine? Learn what supplements can help your mood, memory, mental sharpness, sexual function, anxiety and stress. Would taking 5-HTP or GABA or saffron help? BrainMD Scientist, Dr Parris Kidd, and child psychiatrist Dr Daniel Amen, together with Tana, answer your questions regarding nutritional…Read More
Dr Mona Karimpour provides young adults, teens, and children, with the tools they need when faced with a crisis or a brain disorder like depression, anxiety, ADD etc. She notices the changing trends in issues our young people are despairing over each year, and offers anxious parents solutions that work. If you need to…Read More
A high school girl began hallucinating after a family trip to the mountains. After months of extreme heartache while being institutionalized and treated with antipsychotic drugs, she THEN visited the Amen Clinics where she tested positive for Lyme disease. She was treated with antibiotics and is now living a normal life and has graduated…Read More
If you think your teenager’s ADD/ADHD is just an annoyance, think again. A recent study of newly licensed drivers between the ages of 16-17 showed that teens with attention problems are at higher risk of a crash. And those with hyperactivity-impulsivity or oppositional defiant disorder are more likely to engage in risky driving behavior,…Read More