Stress can bring on anxiety. Knowing how to cope with stress can minimize its effects and prevent the devastating toll of anxiety.
Parent-child communication can be a challenge, but even more so for a child on the autism spectrum. Dr. Bengtson offers practical tips to help.
Statistics suggest that more women are Diagnosed with depression. That doesn’t tell the entire story, however. Unfortunately, even though women are more likely to be diagnosed with depression, a high percentage of men also suffer from this painful condition. Read Dr. Bengtson’s recommendations.
One of the most overlooked & undervalued contributors to our physical & emotional health is our sleep. Yet God highly valued rest-so much so that He rested on the 7th day. Read more about its importance in maintaining our physical and emotional health.
We all look like we have attention problems from time to time. So accurate diagnosis for our children is crucial. Dr. Bengtson explains what you need to know to determine if your child has a clinically significant attention problem, and if so, what to do about it.
Learning to Love a Parent with Dementia is a difficult transition for many. As the incidence of dementia increases, so must our ability to cope. Dr. Bengtson offers hope.