COVID-19 shrank our world and gave us a reset button. What a gift. Why not use it to build a life filled with more joy, flexibility, and resilience?
Even as Americans resume their pre-pandemic lives, doctors say, ‘We are still in the thick of the fallout from COVID-19 and [should] expect children and teens [to] continue to struggle.’
Sarah Robinson explains that even though initial reports have shown suicide rates in decline, depression and anxiety are on the rise.
Suicides fell by 5 percent last year while rates of anxiety and depression continue to climb with a surge in overdose deaths.
Keeping kids at home glued to a screen poses an imminent threat to their mental health, academic growth, and social skills.
The American public wasn’t healthy going into the coronavirus pandemic, and it’s not getting any healthier during lockdown.
The study seeking ‘therapeutics to treat gender dysphoria’ could be used to help transgender people regain satisfaction with their natural bodies. LGBT activists don’t want that.
At a time countless students face obstacles that could permanently stunt their learning growth, school choice provides one obvious solution to help mitigate a ‘lost generation.’
While the science suggests educators should end virtual schooling, many schools remain closed to millions of young people whose mental health is tanking.
“It is such a bright spot, among so many other things that are just dark, when you’re able to attend church weekly,” Zempel said.
According to a new survey, mental health has tanked across the board during this year of mayhem, except for one group: those who regularly attend church.
The quality of life here has dwindled, and mental health has taken a hit. I had to start seeing a therapist because every other coping outlet has been eliminated.
The only subgroup to report an increase of their mental well-being from last year were those who had attended weekly religious services.
New HBO documentary depicts parents propagandizing their children in radical gender theory and robbing them of life in their natural bodies.
For all its flaws, it was the penetrating reminder that things aren’t normal, and won’t be for quite some time that was the worst.
Helicopter governing has nothing to do with good intentions. Restrictions on every aspect of our lives do not make for well-adjusted, self-governing people—which is probably exactly the point.
However you choose to celebrate your holidays, try to connect in person with those around you and make this the most joyous and inclusive season yet.
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