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How to Get Your Teen to Sleep

By Lisa L. Lewis It’s easy for busy teens to fall into a pattern of skimping on sleep in...

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The High Schooler’s Guide to Getting Good Sleep

By Lisa L. Lewis Between schoolwork, extracurriculars, and time with friends, it can feel...

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What to Do If You Think Someone Is Self-Injuring

Because self-injury can lead to unintended serious—perhaps even lethal—injuries and...

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4 Things You Can Do Instead of Self-Injure

Most people who self-injure do it as a way to cope with painful emotions, and it stems...

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How to Tell Someone You Are Self-Injuring and Ask for Help

About one out of every five teenagers engages in self-injury at some point in their lives....

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What Is Self-Injury and Why Do People Do It?

Everyone deals with stress and overwhelming feelings in different ways. One way people...

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6 Signs Someone May Be Engaging in Self-Injury

By Matt Villano and Janis Whitlock, PhD It’s tough to tell if someone you know is...

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What Are the Treatments for Self-Injury?

There are several ways to treat self-injury. Because people usually self-injure as a way...

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How Are Problems With Alcohol Treated?

By Peg Rosen Experts don’t use the terms “alcoholic” or “alcoholism” anymore....

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How Do I Get Help With Drinking Too Much?

By Peg Rosen  You don’t have to say—or believe—you are an alcoholic to get help....

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How Do I Know If I Have a Drinking Problem?

By Peg Rosen  If you’ve landed on this page, you’re probably a little concerned about...

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10 Ways to Get Through the Holidays Sober

By Peg Rosen The holidays can challenge your decision not to drink. You’re off your...

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