Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) is a mental health condition where social interactions cause irrational anxiety, fear, or embarrassment. A child suffering from social anxiety disorder has an irrational level of fear that they will humiliate or embarrass themselves, or that they are being watched and judged for their actions. This fear is so high that it interferes with their daily interactions and activities.
In this blog post, we’ll be discussing how some kids might find learning a bit challenging.
Research shows that harboring feelings of hatred is detrimental to our mental and physical health. If you are struggling with feelings of hatred, read on to discover ways to overcome hatred and show grace to others.
We tackle 7 common myths about mental health in the Christian community with the hope that those reading will encourage their congregation to create a more supportive environment to those suffering from mental illnesses
These are some of the most common myths about mental health and why they are wrong.
Ensuring that we create safe and nurturing environments for our children is the best thing we can do to encourage healthy growth and development.