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...Read More
The High Schooler’s Guide to Getting Good Sleep
By Lisa L. Lewis Between schoolwork, extracurriculars, and time with friends, it can feel...Read More
What to Do If You Think Someone Is Self-Injuring
Because self-injury can lead to unintended serious—perhaps even lethal—injuries and...Read More
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...Read More
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....Read More
What Is Self-Injury and Why Do People Do It?
Everyone deals with stress and overwhelming feelings in different ways. One way people...Read More
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...Read More
What Are the Treatments for Self-Injury?
There are several ways to treat self-injury. Because people usually self-injure as a way...Read More
How Are Problems With Alcohol Treated?
By Peg Rosen Experts don’t use the terms “alcoholic” or “alcoholism” anymore....Read More
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....Read More
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...Read More
10 Ways to Get Through the Holidays Sober
By Peg Rosen The holidays can challenge your decision not to drink. You’re off your...Read More