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10 Psychology Problems Caused by Parenting Behavior
 
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With most psychological issues, the reasons are quite trivial: childhood emotional impressions. You should know that your low self-esteem and anxiety might be caused by certain parenting mistakes. TIMESTAMPS Lack of independence 0:36 Depression, a feeling of guilt 1:35 Inability to rest and relax completely 2:25 Harmful addictions and extreme sports 2:55 Personal life issues 3:29 Search for a parent-partner 4:01 Suppression of own talents and lack of initiative 4:19 Closeness, suppression of emotions 4:46 Extremely low self-esteem, desire to be like someone else 5:11 Lack of independence, irresponsibility 5:45 SUMMARY Parenting mistakes are quite common, but their price is too high. With our own unrestraint, overindulgence, inconsistency, or over-busyness, we make our children nervous and naughty. You are capable of avoiding this. You only have to cherish, understand, respect, and love your kids. Do any of these situations sound familiar to you? Then show this video to your parents. If you’re still a child, they’ll probably change their behavior for the better. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz For copyright matters please contact us at: welcome@brightside.me Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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Bad Parenting : 9 Psychological Problems That Are Linked To Bad Parenting!
 
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Bad Parenting : 9 Psychological Problems That Are Linked To Bad Parenting! About HomeYog: HomeYog is here to help you live life to the fullest. We create videos to help you in maintaining your health, beauty, nutrition and fitness. We also create videos to help you in self development, motivation and stress management. Please watch our videos and leave comments so that we can improve and in turn help you better. Please subscribe to our: Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/theremedysite Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh2QFXoHBh09UXTbDGNcs6A Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/HomeYog Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/HomeYog Visit Our Website: http://HomeYog.com/ Disclaimer: You must not rely on the information provided in this video as an alternative to professional medical advice. If you any specific question about the medical matter you must immediately seek the advice of your physician. Homeyog makes no representations or warranties in relation to the medical information in this video. https://youtu.be/mwBGxmHJkXQ
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Psychological problems that are linked to poor parenting
 
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Do you know that if your child is behaving difficult, it is not always his fault? Here are some triggers that signal that somewhere down the line, you need to get your parenting right…
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PARENTING with a MENTAL ILLNESS
 
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Pre-order My New Book Today! ARE YOU OK? http://bit.ly/2s0mULy I appreciate your videos Kati, but do you think you could reverse the roles and talk about being a parent with a mental illness? Kati, could you please do a video on how to be a good parent with severe mental illness? Many times the effects of having a parent with illness is talked about but there is limited education for parents on how to do their best to ensure their child is still able to have a secure attachment and healthy relationships. First I just want you all to know that if you have a mental illness you CAN have children. Many people asked questions about that, and of course you can! But just like any relationship or choice we make in life you need to be thoughtful about it and make sure that you are able to care for a child. A mental illness shouldn’t stop us from having a family, but it does come with the added task of managing our mental health too. Now let’s get into this question and talk about how we can be amazing parents even if we have a mental illness. First it’s important to actively engage in treatment - meaning take it seriously, keep your appointments, work your tools or techniques, and take your medication. Work as a family - if you have the option work together as a family unit, so that if you are having an off day another member of the family can help out, and visa versa. Supporting each other cannot only make home life more stable for our children, but also more supportive for us managing our mental health. Have outside support - whether that’s a support group, friends, family, whatever. Make sure you have a safe space to go to vent about all that may be going on. Learn to prioritize. Every day is going to be different, but if we always know that our child and our mental health are our number 1 priority, it can make other issues more manageable or possibly ignorable. Reminding ourselves of what’s important can help us better navigate through every day setbacks. Enroll your child in activities! I know it can be hard getting them to and from everything, but this gives them healthy outlets, gives them the chance to make friends, and be active. Tend to your basic needs! HALT (Hungry angry lonely tired) make sure that if you are feeling sick or extra tired that you take care of yourself. Otherwise how can we care for someone else? Just making sure we are eating well, sleeping well and feeling okay physically can minimize any mental health issues that could pop up. Create a safety plan! What should each member of the family do if you go into a manic episode? What if there is a suicide attempt? Put together a plan during a healthy and happy time with your therapist or psychiatrist and talk about it with your child and partner. Note what each person is supposed to do, who they should call, and leave it posted or in a place that’s easy to access if they forget. Don’t be afraid to communicate about your mental illness to your child. Things are scarier when we don’t understand them, so make sure you let your child know what you are struggling with, and assure them that it’s not their fault. We know that when children aren’t given proper explanations, they make up things to fill in the blanks. Give them all they need, so that they don’t have to make it up. This is also a great way to let them know that mental health isn’t something to be scared to talk about. Try​ ​BetterHelp:​ http://tryonlinetherapy.com/katimorton Plans​ ​start​ ​at​ ​$35​ ​a​ ​week​ ​(billed​ ​monthly).​ ​Must​ ​be​ ​18+​ ​to​ ​signup. If you want to add translations, click the gear icon and go to Subtitles/CC then to Add subtitles or CC! PATREON A BIG THANK YOU to my Patreon patrons! Without you, I couldn't keep creating videos. Do you want to help support the creation of mental health videos? https://www.katimorton.com/kati-morton-patreon/ JOURNALING & MOTIVATION TEXT SERVICE I have launched a new tool to help you journal & stay motivated. I know getting started on our path to self care can be hard and sometimes sticking with it can be even more difficult. That’s why I created this tool! I’ll be sending you messages twice a week, and my hope is that this can help get you thinking and writing more easily, or possibly take your journaling in a new and helpful direction. Let’s get started: https://create.getpurple.io/p/katimorton/ I'm Kati Morton, a licensed therapist making Mental Health videos! CONTACT Business email: linnea@toneymedia.com Mail: PO Box #665 1223 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90403 WORKBOOKS Please visit the Itunes Bookstore and Search "Kati Morton". My Ibooks include exclusive videos and worksheets to help you on your path to wellness.
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How A Messed Up Childhood Affects You In Adulthood
 
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It's a humbling situation, but much about who we are as adults can be traced back to things that happened to us before our 12th birthday. Part of learning to be an adulthood means making sense of the events of our childhood. We need to spot how our past might be trying to interfere with our chances in the present. For gifts and more from The School of Life, visit our online shop: https://goo.gl/WA5d2o Join our mailing list: http://bit.ly/2e0TQNJ Our website has classes, articles and products to help you think and grow: https://goo.gl/P6fM1C Download our App: https://goo.gl/b7FNXL FURTHER READING “We are, all of us, beautifully crazy or, to put it in gentler terms, fascinatingly unbalanced. Our childhoods, even the apparently benign ones, leave us no option but to be anything else. As a result of these childhoods, we tend, over most issues, to list – like a sailing yacht in high wind – far too much in one direction or another. We are too timid, or too assertive; too rigid or too accommodating; too focused on material success or excessively lackadaisical. We are obsessively eager around sex or painfully wary and nervous in the face of our own erotic impulses. We are dreamily naive or sourly down to earth; we recoil from risk or embrace it recklessly; we have emerged into adult life determined never to rely on anyone or as desperate for another to complete us; we are overly intellectual or unduly resistant to ideas. The encyclopedia of emotional imbalances is a volume without end. What is certain is that these imbalances come at a huge cost, rendering us less able to exploit our talents and opportunities, less able to lead satisfying lives and a great deal less fun to be around…” You can read more on this and other subjects on our blog, here: https://goo.gl/6ubziU MORE SCHOOL OF LIFE Visit us in person at our London HQ: https://goo.gl/qf1h3j Watch more films on SELF in our playlist: http://bit.ly/TSOLself You can submit translations and transcripts on all of our videos here: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UC7IcJI8PUf5Z3zKxnZvTBog&tab=2 Find out how more here: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/6054623?hl=en-GB SOCIAL MEDIA Feel free to follow us at the links below: Download our App: https://goo.gl/b7FNXL Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theschooloflifelondon/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheSchoolOfLife Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theschooloflifelondon/ CREDITS Produced in collaboration with: Directed by: Hannah & Martha  Design: Hannah McNally Animation Team: Flora Caulton, Emily Downe, Martha Halliday, Hannah McNally, Kathrin Steinbacher  www.hannahandmartha.com www.floracaulton.co.uk www.emilydowne.co.uk www.kathrinsteinbacher.com #TheSchoolOfLife
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10 Traits of Toxic Parents Who Ruin Their Children’s Lives
 
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Raising children is very difficult and no one has the right to judge someone's particular parenting style. However, some parenting mistakes are more dangerous than others and can seriously damage your child’s health. This video will help you find out what actually affects a child’s psyche and teach those who have toxic parents how they can deal with this issue. When raised by narcissistic parents, children suffer from slowed-down emotional development or none at all, will most likely suffer from depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress disorder when they become adults and grow up into an adult that’s either a self-saboteur or a person ready to sacrifice everything to achieve high goals. Children of toxic parents live in constant fear and apprehension. They’ll grow up into teenagers forced to listen to their parents' complaints, adjust to a "complicated situation", put themselves in their parents' shoes, and help, tolerate, and console them. Toxic parents might not see anything wrong whatsoever in telling all the relatives, neighbors, and family friends that deeply sensitive information the child was pressured into disclosing. These types of parents instill an inferiority complex in their kids since they don't wanna see their child try new things and succeed. Their narcissistic self-love generates fear at the thought of their child becoming better, smarter, and more successful than they are. These parents seem to “generously” offer something that their children don’t really need, but any refusal causes resentment. A grown kid starts thinking, "My parents probably just want some company and wanna feel needed." So they accept the help, thank the parents, and offer something in return. But there's no happy ending here because the parents will always remind their children of that "favor" they did for them. Music: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music TIMESTAMPS The effect of toxic parenting on kids 0:53 Traits of toxic parents: 10. "Fear me yet love me." 2:01 9. "You need to deal with adult problems, but you still have no rights." 2:34 8. "Be the best but don't forget that you're not special." 3:14 7. "Open up to me but don't be surprised by ridicule." 3:54 6. "You're bad so don't even bother trying to become better." 4:31 5. "You can be successful but only if there’s something in it for me." 5:28 4. "Do exactly what I say, but it’s your fault if you fail." 6:15 3. "You’re such an inconvenience, but don't leave me alone." 6:38 2. "Accept our help but stop exploiting us." 7:11 1. "Trust me, but I’m still gonna go through your stuff." 7:58 How to handle a toxic parent? 8:44 SUMMARY -When raised by narcissistic parents, children don't feel loved, heard, or seen, believe that how they look is more important than who they really are as a person. They don't feel support when they try to develop their true self. -For toxic parents, an emotional attack is synonymous with love and attention. -Kids of toxic parents probably believe that it's specifically their bad behavior that makes their father abuse alcohol to calm himself down. -Even if their kid performs much better than they did once upon a time, all of the child's achievements are taken for granted. -Toxic parents force their children to be sincere and later use the same personal information against the kids. -Toxic parents eagerly discuss their child's failures and flaws. -They enjoy boasting about their kids’ success so that others envy them. Plus, a successful child is a guaranteed better life for parents. -Parents treat their child like an object: they make all the plans and expect their kids to follow along. -Toxic parents never want to let their children go. Yet they’re always pointing out that the house, the money, and the food belongs to them. -The kids turn into prisoners in either case: if they refuse their parents' help, they’re ungrateful brats. If they accept, they’ll always be made to feel indebted. -If you try to restrict access to your personal territory, your parents accuse you of distrust or even hiding something illegal or immoral. -We don’t pick our parents, and we can’t really change them. The only thing we can change is our reaction to their actions. Limit access to your personal territory. Choose your personal interests over those of your parents. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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Why Dr. Phil Calls 8-Year-Old's Conversation With Mom 'Heartbreaking'
 
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Hear a conversation between a young boy and his mother. And why Dr. Phil calls it "absolutely heartbreaking." http://drphil.com Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter Dr. Phil uses the power of television to tell compelling stories about real people. The Dr. Phil show provides the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. For over a decade, Dr. McGraw has used the show's platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Using his top-rated show as a teaching tool, he takes aim at the critical issues of our time, including the "silent epidemics" of bullying, drug abuse, domestic violence, depression, child abuse, suicide and various forms of severe mental illness.
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Dr. Phil To Parents: 'You Can’t Have A Psychiatric Hospital Parent Your Child'
 
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Beth and Jim claim their daughter, Madie, lies, steals and is verbally and physically abusive. Beth says they’ve had her committed to a psychiatric hospital for care twice as a teenager. Dr. Phil tells them they can’t have a psychiatric hospital.... http://drphil.com Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter Dr. Phil uses the power of television to tell compelling stories about real people. The Dr. Phil show provides the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. For over a decade, Dr. McGraw has used the show's platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Using his top-rated show as a teaching tool, he takes aim at the critical issues of our time, including the "silent epidemics" of bullying, drug abuse, domestic violence, depression, child abuse, suicide and various forms of severe mental illness.
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How to overcome Childhood Emotional Neglect
 
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Pre-order My New Book Today! ARE YOU OK? http://bit.ly/2s0mULy When we grow up in an emotionally neglectful environment it can cause us to believe that our thoughts, feelings, and desires don’t matter. This can in turn cause us question anything we experience and struggle to trust how we feel. We can find it difficult to let people in, and constantly worry what others think about us. Those who have suffered from emotional neglect often don’t even know it was happening, because this type of neglect isn’t something we can easily see. Many parents who were emotionally neglectful give their children every material thing they need, and from the outside look like amazing parents. But if their child needs any emotional support or encouragement from them, they are nowhere to be found. HOW TO RECOVER: 1. Start noticing/tracking your feelings: Print out feelings charts and track them each day. It may be hard at first, so start with the easier ones (often tired, sad, and worried are easier to begin with). It's normal for us to not know how we feel all the time, but give yourself the chance to listen to your body and acknowledge all that you may be feeling. 2. Try describing the feeling word you selected without using that exact word (ex. I am feeling energized, excited, and bubbly - when describing happy) 3. Begin noticing your needs: What are the things you need physically to survive? How about things you need emotionally? When do they come up? Take your time thinking about these, and even pretend that someone you love had those needs to. What would you think about them then? 4. Self-Care! I know I talk about this a lot, but when it comes to healing from CEN self-care is our way of nurturing and caring for ourselves. Are there things you wished your parent had done for you? Let’s make time to do those things for ourselves. 5. Accept help and support from others: It can be hard to let people in when we weren't supported as a child, but we need other people in our lives who can help us through the tough times. Ensure these people are worth having around, and that they are trust worthy, and then slowly let them in. 6. Set healthy boundaries: This is SO IMPORTANT! It’s okay to say no! You don’t have to do anything that you don't want to, and people will understand and respect you more because of it. Unavailable Father book link: https://goo.gl/LcXh9k Emotionally Absent Mother book link: https://goo.gl/yZ87jt A BIG THANK YOU to my Patreon Patrons! Without you, I couldn't keep creating videos. xoxo Help support the creation of mental health videos here: https://www.patreon.com/katimorton I'm Kati Morton, a licensed therapist making Mental Health videos! Business email: linnea@toneymedia.com Download my workbooks: visit Itunes and search for Kati Morton Mail: PO Box #665 1223 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90403 Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/fAy3/
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Is ADHD Caused by Poor Parenting or Watching Too Much TV?
 
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Pfizer’s Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall debunks these myths and more. http://drphil.com Buy The 20/20 Diet: http://bit.ly/drphil2020diet Buy Life Code: http://bitly.com/LifeCodeDP Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter
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How Childhood Trauma Can Make You A Sick Adult
 
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Big Think and the Mental Health Channel are proud to launch Big Thinkers on Mental Health, a new series dedicated to open discussion of anxiety, depression, and the many other psychological disorders that affect millions worldwide. The Adverse Childhood Study found that survivors of childhood trauma are up to 5000% more likely to attempt suicide, have eating disorders or become IV drug users. Dr. Vincent Felitti, the study's founder, details this remarkable and powerful connection. Learn more at the Mental Health Channel: http://mentalhealthchannel.tv/show/big-thinkers-on-mental-health Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/vincent-felitti-on-childhood-trauma Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink Transcript - What we found in the ACE study involving seventeen and a half thousand middle-class adults was that life experiences in childhood that are lost in time and then further protected by shame and by secrecy and by social taboos against inquiry into certain realms of human experience—that those life experiences play out powerfully and proportionately a half century later, in terms of emotional state, in terms of biomedical disease, in terms of life expectancy. In 1985, I first became interested in developmental life experiences in early childhood really by accident. In the major obesity program we were running, a young woman came into the program. She was twenty-eight years old, and weighed 408 pounds, and asked us if we could help her with her problem. And in fifty-one weeks, we took her from 408 to 132. And we thought, well my god, we’ve got this problem licked. This is going to be a world-famous department here! She maintained her weight at 132 for several weeks, and then in one three-week period regained 37 pounds in three weeks, which I had not previously conceived as being physiologically possible. That was triggered by being sexually propositioned at work by a much older man, as she described him. And in short order, she was back over 400 pounds faster than she had lost the weight. I remember asking her why the extreme response. After initially claiming not to have any understanding of why the extreme response, ultimately she told me of a lengthy incest history with her grandfather, from age 10 to age 21. Ultimately it turned out that fifty-five percent of the people in our obesity program acknowledged a history of childhood sexual abuse. I mean, that obviously is not the only issue going on, but it was where we began. And as we went down that trail, then we discovered other forms of abuse, also growing up in massively dysfunctional households, et cetera. The ACE study was really designed to see whether these things existed at all in the general population, and if so, how did they play out over time? Read Full Transcript Here: (http://goo.gl/F7vNgV).
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6 Side Effects Of Toxic Parenting
 
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Healing comes from a place of understanding. If you grew up from a toxic background, we want to shed light on patterns and situations that are hard to understand, mainly because they are painful. Psych2Go shares with you 6 side effects of toxic parenting, and how to recognize those signs. https://www.patreon.com/Psych2GoNow Support our content by grabbing a bracelet here: https://goo.gl/QGtfff https://goo.gl/QGtfff Use the discount code: Psych2Go Script: Catherine H. Voice Over: Ashleigh A. - https://www.youtube.com/user/ashleighaishwarya/videos Animation: Chloe W. Intro: Surey Camacho Project Manager: Erin Bogo Community Manager: Priscilla Cha, Nicole Pridemore Producer: Psych2Go More Psych2Go here: http://youtube.com/psych2go Website: http://psych2go.net Twitter: http://twitter.com/psych2go Facebook: http://facebook.com/psych2go Tumblr: http://psych2go.me Contact + Tai@psych2go.net
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Bad Parenting or Bad Teen? Who’s Really to Blame?
 
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28: BeVee and Steve say they are on constant high alert as they never know when their 15-year-old daughter, Taylor, will be triggered into a violent outburst. They say these outbursts are like uncaging a rabid animal, as Taylor will punch holes in.... https://www.drphil.com Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter Dr. Phil uses the power of television to tell compelling stories about real people. The Dr. Phil show provides the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. For over a decade, Dr. McGraw has used the show's platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Using his top-rated show as a teaching tool, he takes aim at the critical issues of our time, including the "silent epidemics" of bullying, drug abuse, domestic violence, depression, child abuse, suicide and various forms of severe mental illness.
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The Nurture Room (Child Psychology Documentary) - Real Stories
 
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Filmed over a period of one year, The Nurture Room accesses three schools (three of only five schools in the whole of the UK that agreed to participate in the film), and follows a handful of children as they go on their journey back to full participation in the classroom via the ‘nurture room’. This film provides an insight into the lives of troubled children within schools. The Nurture Room covers a new approach to helping children with Additional Support Needs in the form of social, emtional and/or behavioural needs which are acting as barriers to the children's learning. The Nurture Room is a place within the school where children can be given freedom to express themselves. The aim is to effectively address the children's needs and prevent exclusion from the classroom and any distress caused by them not having the coping skills, through no fault of their own. Primarily, these rooms hope to ensure that as few children as possible are excluded from school due to bad behaviour. By taking a proactive approach, these rooms within schools ‘nurture’ children to give them the best possible chance of coping within a mainstream classroom setting alongside their peers. Want to watch more full-length Documentaries? Click here: http://bit.ly/1GOzpIu Follow us on Twitter for more - https://twitter.com/realstoriesdocs Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RealStoriesChannel Instagram - @realstoriesdocs Content licensed from True Vision. Any queries, please contact us at: realstories@littledotstudios.com Produced by True Vision.
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‘You’re Bullying That Boy,’ Dr. Phil Tells A Father
 
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Watch home video of a father disciplining his son, and hear Dr. Phil's message to the man. http://drphil.com Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter Dr. Phil uses the power of television to tell compelling stories about real people. The Dr. Phil show provides the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. For over a decade, Dr. McGraw has used the show's platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Using his top-rated show as a teaching tool, he takes aim at the critical issues of our time, including the "silent epidemics" of bullying, drug abuse, domestic violence, depression, child abuse, suicide and various forms of severe mental illness.
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Dad Responds To Video Of Children Claiming He Abused Them
 
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Pamela claims her children have nightmares and PTSD because she claims their father, Justin, has been abusive to them, which he vehemently denies. Justin responds to a video of his children alleging abuse. http://drphil.com Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter Dr. Phil uses the power of television to tell compelling stories about real people. The Dr. Phil show provides the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. For over a decade, Dr. McGraw has used the show's platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Using his top-rated show as a teaching tool, he takes aim at the critical issues of our time, including the "silent epidemics" of bullying, drug abuse, domestic violence, depression, child abuse, suicide and various forms of severe mental illness.
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Did This Mom And Dad’s Parenting Traumatize Their Daughter?
 
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Dr. Phil takes parents to task for their parenting and how he believes it has affected their now 26-year-old daughter. http://drphil.com Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter Dr. Phil uses the power of television to tell compelling stories about real people. The Dr. Phil show provides the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. For over a decade, Dr. McGraw has used the show's platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Using his top-rated show as a teaching tool, he takes aim at the critical issues of our time, including the "silent epidemics" of bullying, drug abuse, domestic violence, depression, child abuse, suicide and various forms of severe mental illness.
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Controversial Parenting Gone Viral
 
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20: Dr. Phil delves into a very controversial issue, “parental humiliation.” It’s what many people are calling the new parenting trend in town, where parents punish their children, post it online, and watch it explode. The debate is: are their extreme... https://www.drphil.com Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter Dr. Phil uses the power of television to tell compelling stories about real people. The Dr. Phil show provides the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. For over a decade, Dr. McGraw has used the show's platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Using his top-rated show as a teaching tool, he takes aim at the critical issues of our time, including the "silent epidemics" of bullying, drug abuse, domestic violence, depression, child abuse, suicide and various forms of severe mental illness.
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My Strict Parents Put Too Much Pressure On Me
 
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By Andrea | Ready to "wear it out loud?” Merch store open, SHOP NOW: http://bit.ly/storybooth-merch | Subscribe: http://bit.ly/sub2storybooth | Record your story @ https://storybooth.com or our iPhone app for a chance to get animated. Comment, like, share this story A lot of parents are strict, and a lot of parents put pressure on their kids to be and act perfectly. Sometimes it's about getting good grades; sometimes it's about always behaving just right; sometimes it's about doing chores around the house. But for Andrea, it wasn't just sometimes and it wasn't just one thing she had to do perfectly, it was all the time and everything. Not only that, but Andrea suffered from depression since she was 14 years old, and that made everything more challenging. Finally, Andrea gathered the strength to confront her parents and talk to them about how she was feeling, but her parents didn't listen, in fact, being honest with them seemed to make everything worse. You might not believe parents like this actually exist. Their expectations are so high that she has a fear of failure as a student, as a daughter and as a member of the household. They gave her no break, no chance to learn from failure, nothing less than perfect, ever. It made her sick. Andrea was so shaken up by it, and with all the pressure they put on her, she broke down, hyperventilated and couldn't stop crying. She thought to herself, "I can't take it anymore, it's too much pressure." Having an anxiety attack, a bit of a mental breakdown. It got so bad that she had to go to the Hospital, away from her parents and all of the pressure, and recover and regain her strength. Even then, she wasn't ready to go back home, and so, staying with a friend, she builds herself up, polishes her armor and rises to the challenges she faces - ready for triumph! LINKS Website: http://www.storybooth.com Instagram: @thestorybooth https://www.instagram.com/thestorybooth G+: https://plus.google.com/+Storybooth/v... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Storybooth-192780537821140/ twitter: @thestorybooth https://www.twitter.com/thestorybooth CONTACT US info@storybooth.com ABOUT STORYBOOTH Real Stories, Animated. Storybooth is a digital platform that invites kids to record and submit their stories with a chance to have them animated and shared with the world. Embarrassment, heartbreak, challenges or triumphs; funny, sad, serious, or silly - we're looking for all kinds of stories - they just need to be real. Stories we select are then turned into animations and are published and distributed online for viewing, sharing, and engaging with on computers, tablets, and mobile devices.
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Dealing with Toxic Parents
 
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Pre-order My New Book Today! ARE YOU OK? http://bit.ly/2s0mULy How to deal with toxic parents? 1. Get into therapy. Having a place to vent and talk about all we are going through and even gain some perspective. It can help us so much because the relationship we have in therapy can be so healing. Bad therapist video: https://youtu.be/KLNWzFHIxus Good therapist video: https://youtu.be/H6WaMQ7q0EE 2. Set and uphold boundaries. Do this and also keep yourself safe. I want to make sure you are safe in your home until you have somewhere else to move to. This could just mean staying in your room or out of the house as much as possible 3. Save your money - find a way to get out asap. This could even be staying with a friend or another family member (remember this is all to keep you safe and help you thrive and grow) 4. Figure out what YOU want from the relationship. Maybe write a letter you never send. Consider what you need from them and then compare that to what they are able to give in a safe and loving way. This can be really hard, but take your time and really think about it 5. Have other support. Other family members, friends, support groups (if the toxic parent is also a drug addict or alcoholic, there is Al-Anon and Alateen for free group support. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDs0tNoNYTz1P3dO8m5Wdv0WE2lPTQSJm Try​ ​BetterHelp:​ http://tryonlinetherapy.com/katimorton Plans​ ​start​ ​at​ ​$35​ ​a​ ​week​ ​(billed​ ​monthly).​ ​Must​ ​be​ ​18+​ ​to​ ​sign up. Please help transcribe and/or translate this video! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCzBYOHyEEzlkRdDOSobbpvw PATREON A BIG THANK YOU to my Patreon patrons! Without you, I couldn't keep creating videos. Do you want to help support the creation of mental health videos? https://www.katimorton.com/kati-morton-patreon/ JOURNALING & MOTIVATION TEXT SERVICE Let’s get started: https://create.getpurple.io/p/katimorton/ I have launched a new tool to help you journal & stay motivated. Getting started on our path to self-care can be hard and sometimes sticking with it can be even more difficult. That’s why I created this tool! I send you messages twice a week to help get you thinking and writing more easily & take your journaling in a new and helpful direction. WORKBOOKS Please visit the Itunes Bookstore and Search "Kati Morton". My Ibooks include exclusive videos and worksheets to help you on your path to wellness. I'm Kati Morton, a licensed therapist making Mental Health videos! CONTACT Business email: linnea@toneymedia.com MAIL PO Box #665 1223 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90403
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Fundamental Parenting Advice: ‘You Don't Reward Bad Behavior’
 
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Seventeen-year-old Bo has totaled two cars and been arrested six times inside two months. His parents admit they keep bailing him out. Dr. Phil tells them “you don't reward bad behavior.” http://drphil.com Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter Dr. Phil uses the power of television to tell compelling stories about real people. The Dr. Phil show provides the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. For over a decade, Dr. McGraw has used the show's platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Using his top-rated show as a teaching tool, he takes aim at the critical issues of our time, including the "silent epidemics" of bullying, drug abuse, domestic violence, depression, child abuse, suicide and various forms of severe mental illness.
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ADHD: Out of Control Kids (Medical/Parenting Documentary) - Real Stories
 
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This poignant film examines the lives of people who suffer from ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). Behavioural characteristics include severe distractibility, impulsivity and hyperactivity. Diagnosis has proved controversial as most sufferers are diagnosed when young and treatment is for life. Filmed in New Zealand, the programme shows the reality of dealing with children so difficult they can barely interact with their peers, let alone family members. The film also features adult sufferers who have had to live with the disorder, undiagnosed for much of their lives and the different methods of dealing with ADHD such as drugs, life management, natural remedies and counselling. Want to watch more full-length Documentaries? Click here: http://bit.ly/1GOzpIu Follow us on Twitter for more - https://twitter.com/realstoriesdocs Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RealStoriesChannel Instagram - @realstoriesdocs Content licensed from TVF International. Any queries, please contact us at: realstories@littledotstudios.com Produced by Topshelf Productions
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Parenting a Child with Mental Illness with Melissa David
 
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Parenting a child with mental illness can be confusing. From home life to working within 'the system,' Melissa David is here for you. Watch. Visit http://www.HealthyPlace.com for Trusted Mental Health Information Life With Bob: Parenting A Child With Mental Illness Blog | http://goo.gl/8Q6uZo Parenting a Child With Mental Illness Playlist | http://goo.gl/02vafU Mental Illness in the Family Playlist | https://goo.gl/uUj4EO
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8 Habits That Can Ruin Both Parent's and Kids' Lives
 
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Parents always try to do the best for their kids to make them happy and healthy. However, there are some things that parents do every day that can pretty serious psychological damage not only to their kids but to themselves as well. Avoid these everyday habits that seem normal but in fact are very dangerous to give your kid the best upbringing and be a perfect parent. A study at the University of Mary Washington has shown that this constant rush often has negative outcomes for mental health, including anxiety and depression. So delegate what errands you can to someone else or postpone them till the weekend when you can leave the kids with their grandparents or a baby-sitter. Children often refuse to eat what’s been given to them when they see their parents hurriedly eating unhealthy snacks instead of a proper meal. Find a good activity for your kids during your phone conversations, whether it be a box of crayons, some puzzles, or a book. Warn them before you get on the phone that you’ll be unavailable for a certain amount of time and stick to your word. Instead of screaming at your kid over something as petty as a lost or broken toy, help them find or fix it. If they’re struggling in school, sit down and work together on improving those grades. Compassion works much better than comparison. So praise your kids’ strengths, tell them you’ll be there for them no matter what, and set realistic goals together. Music: Ukulele_Beach https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music TIMESTAMPS Constant rush 0:40 Force-feeding 1:50 Not setting boundaries 2:45 Inducing panic and fear 3:53 Self-criticism 4:57 Comparing your kids to others 6:00 Fear of disapproval 6:55 Neglecting family 7:43 SUMMARY -Hurried panic isn’t just reserved for parents, it also gets passed on to the kids, and nobody needs that kind of negativity in their life no matter what their age. -Your child won’t ever throw tantrums over healthy food if the whole family gathers at the table and it’s not only the child who’s getting the vitamins. -If you don’t want your kid bothering you when you have an important call, explain to them, why you’ll no longer react to them during this time so that the sudden change doesn’t confuse them. -Let your kids mess up a bit and help them understand what they can do to fix what they’ve done and avoid those mistakes next time. -If you constantly call yourself fat or ugly or stupid or whatever bad names you tend to assign yourself, your child will think that this sort of self-loathing is totally normal and okay. -Comparing your kid to their siblings, peers, or even themselves in the past suppresses their talents, distances them from you, and lowers their self-esteem. -Teach your kids to always tell the truth and not to put everyone else before themselves. -Remember, everything you do sets an example for your kids. This also has to do with how much attention you and your kids pay to each other. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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How Your Childhood Affects Your Relationships - The Attachment Theory
 
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The attachment theory argues that a strong emotional and physical bond to one primary caregiver in our first years of life, is critical to our development. If our bonding is strong and we are securely attached, then we feel safe to explore the world. If our bond is weak, we feel insecurely attached. We are afraid to leave or explore a rather scary-looking world. Because we are not sure if we can return. Often we then don't understand our own feelings. Special thanks for our patroeon supporters: Ville Medeiros, Chutimon Nuangnit, Cedric Wang, Mike, Eva Marie Koblin, Julien Dumesnil, Mathis and the others. You are amazing !!! If you feel helpful and want to support our channel, visit www.patreon.com/sprouts Full Script: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1v82PcEvf_G2iolc5ejPY5dQ2RtqU1Vj9V5L_iIKWUhk/edit?usp=sharing Dealing with Attachment Issues: Dealing with Attachment Issues is no easy task. For those who feel like they can’t help themselves, or can’t find trust through their partners of family, we recommend looking for professional support through a therapy. If you are able to form a secure attachment to a therapist, he can become the one who provides you with that secure base. Here three of possible therapies: 1. Psychoanalysis. The aim of psychoanalysis therapy is to release repressed emotions and experiences, i.e., make the unconscious conscious. In order to do that they therapist might try to bring back some childhood memories, to work at the root cause of the problem. 2. Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT). CBT is a psycho-social intervention that is widely used for improving mental health. Instead of trying to bring you back in time, it aims to explain you whats going on inside your brain and how to cope with irrational feelings or fears. 3. The Hoffmann Process. This 7-8 days guided process, designed by the American psychologist Hoffmann, brings participants back into their childhood to reconnect with their parents at the time when attachment is formed. Its very intensive. Sources: Havard Study https://arizona.pure.elsevier.com/en/publications/feelings-of-parental-caring-predict-health-status-in-midlife-a-35 Minnesota Study https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2857405/ Further Readins: https://www.psychologistworld.com/developmental/attachment-theory
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5 Types of Depressive Disorders
 
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Depression is often a misunderstood disorder. Many people believe that being depressed you must fall into the “typical depression category”. Meaning that the person must be all sad looking, and feel numb inside, but that is so far from the truth. Depression has sub disorders that help explain the different symptoms, the severity of it, and the scenarios in which it’s presented.We created a list of the different types of depressive disorder with its symptoms to further your understanding. Hope you enjoy! Think of this video as a mini crash course. Also, we've partnered with better help to provide affordable online counselling. If you're interested, here's our referral code: https://hasofferstracking.betterhelp.com/aff_c?offer_id=2&aff_id=364 If you use the code from us, we get a commission which in turn helps us fund more of our content. Thanks! For those who are interested in supporting what we do, we recently put together a t-shirt design. You can order one here: https://www.bonfire.com/psych2go-merchandise/ Original Article: http://psych2go.net/depressive-disorder-made-simple/ Script: Lyndsey Brauch Voice Over: Scott Austin Animation: Grace Cárdenas Cano Feedback Editor: Risha Maes Project Manager: Erin Bogo Producer: Psych2Go More Psych2Go here: http://youtube.com/psych2go Website: http://psych2go.net Twitter: http://twitter.com/psych2go Facebook: http://facebook.com/psych2go Tumblr: http://psych2go.me +animation@psych2go.net
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What Is Attachment Disorder? | Child Psychology
 
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Watch more How to Understand Child Psychology videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/507761-What-Is-Attachment-Disorder-Child-Psychology Attachment is the strong bond between a child, an infant, and their caregiver. When this strong bond is broken, a child can have as a result a reactive attachment or an attachment disorder. There are many reasons that this bond can be broken. Sometimes the parent is simply unavailable. The child is not consoled when they are crying. The child's needs are not met, when they're hungry or when they're in need of a touch, a hug, a smile. Sometimes this attachment or bond is broken if a parent is unavailable. Attachment disorders and reactive attachment issues are very commonly seen in foster children or children that have been adopted. Some of the signs and symptoms of a child experiencing attachment issues include a child that is often angry; a child that has difficulty maintaining control, or wants to control many circumstances. Children with attachment issues also don't like to be physically touched, and they're not comforted by hugs or affection from their parents or caregivers. Children with attachment issues and their family need to meet with a clinical professional in order to help smooth this bond and have more successful relationships. If you're a parent with a child with attachment issues, it's very important to be patient and remain calm. Building and growing this bond and attachment really takes time. It's also important as a parent to manage your stress. There are going to be times when things are very difficult and you need to take care of yourself. Approach these difficult situations with laughter and humor, and this really can also add to strengthening the bond between you and your child. While reactive attachment and attachment disorders are complex and really quite involved in their treatment, these are just a few of the important tips that are important for parents to understand regarding this disorder.
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Breaking The Silence (Mental Health Documentary) - Real Stories
 
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This documentary gets to the heart of suicide in Northern Ireland and examines the human debris of the family and friends left behind. Breaking The Silence is a sensitive and powerful portrait of the trauma faced by families in the aftermath of suicide, and the journey towards coming to terms with this deep, personal tragedy. Each story builds towards its awful yet inevitable conclusion and, by allowing interviewees the opportunity to talk through their own painful stories, the film also helps to prove that those left behind can ultimately travel the long road of healing. The film challenges the audience to consider why such a potent stigma still surrounds suicide and mental health issues, and also looks at the important work being done by the Niamh Louise Foundation - which is made up of individuals who have been similarly affected - to prevent further deaths by suicide. Want to watch more full-length Documentaries? Click here: http://bit.ly/1GOzpIu Follow us on Twitter for more - https://twitter.com/realstoriesdocs Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RealStoriesChannel Instagram - @realstoriesdocs Content licensed from Tern TV. Any queries, please contact us at: realstories@littledotstudios.com Produced by Tern TV
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5 MUST KNOW SIGNS of EMOTIONAL ABUSE - Mental Health talk w Kati Morton about neglect therapy stress
 
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Pre-order My New Book Today! ARE YOU OK? http://bit.ly/2s0mULy Try Online Counseling: http://tryonlinetherapy.com/katimorton If you are struggling, consider an online counseling session with a licensed professional at BetterHelp. They offer a cost friendly alternative to traditional therapy. ​I hope you all find this helpful and gives you hope for finding the support you need at a price you can afford. Thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this video! Today we talk about the 5 signs of emotional abuse. They are: 1. Degradation: This is when someone puts you down all the time and /or makes jokes at your expense. This can make us second guess our own feelings and experience. 2. Controlling or dominating: Do you have to plan your whole day around what they think is okay? Do they control your money or time? Many people will struggle to think on their own if this has been going on for a long time. 3. Accusing or blaming: Is nothing ever their fault? Do they blame any issues they have on everyone else in their life? Are they super sensitive to any personal criticism? 4. Neglect: Parents may give their children the silent treatment or stone wall them when they have done something they see as wrong. They may not meet any of our basic needs as a punishment for wrongdoing. 5. Enmeshment or codependence: This is when someone sees you as an extension of themselves. They will overstep boundaries and pull you into their situation or tell you inappropriate things about their life. They struggle to see any differentiation between themselves and another person. Remember -- emotional abuse is never your fault. In fact, your partner may just be trying to control or manipulate you into staying in the relationship. Here are some characteristics: • Using economic power to control you • Threatening to leave • Making you afraid by using looks, gestures or actions • Smashing things • Controlling you through minimizing, denying and blaming • Making light of the abuse and not taking your concerns about it seriously • Continually criticizing you, calling you names, shouting at you • Emotionally degrading you in private, but acting charming in public • Humiliating you in private or public • Withholding approval, appreciation or affection as punishment MY FREE WORKBOOKS: Self-Harm http://goo.gl/N7LtwU Eating Disorder Workbook http://goo.gl/DjOmkC My video schedule... MONDAY - New video release http://goo.gl/OUEsgM TUESDAY - Tumblr Tuesday Vlog #KatiFAQ - https://goo.gl/79fMfa WEDNESDAY - Website & YouTube Vlog #KatiFAQ - https://goo.gl/CIp9b9 THURSDAY - Twitter Thursday Vlog #KatiFAQ - https://goo.gl/kL7ZjX FRIDAY - Facebook Friday Vlog #KatiFAQ - https://goo.gl/kjYLeR My PO Box: 1223 Wilshire Blvd. #665 Santa Monica, CA 90403 Find me: My Website: https://www.katimorton.com Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/katimorton Tumblr: https://www.katimorton.tumblr.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katimorton1 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/katimorton1 Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/FPum/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- therapy stress mental health stigma depression trauma
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Parenting in the modern world | Kyle Seaman | TEDxMontreal
 
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Entrepreneur Kyle Seaman spent more than a year trying to reverse engineer parenting and shares his fascinating conclusions. About TEDx, x = independently organized event. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Mean Mom
 
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By Sydney - Age 19 | Ready to "wear it out loud?” Merch store open, SHOP NOW: http://bit.ly/storybooth-merch | Subscribe: http://bit.ly/sub2storybooth | Record your story @ https://storybooth.com or our iPhone app for a chance to get animated. Comment, like, share this story. Our parents and the adults we look up to can have such an impact on our lives, but unfortunately, that impact is not always a positive one. This storytime is one that takes a journey of emotion through the story of an incredibly brave and resilient young woman. Sydney's father was always sweet and kind to her, but her mother was always angry and hurtful to her - a mean Mom - and her Mom's angry words, the verbal abuse, sunk in and made her feel bad about herself. Telling her daughter that was not good enough, that she regrets the day she was born and turning common mistakes all children make growing up into horrible and traumatic experiences, Sydneys Mom was a parent bully and had no idea what she was doing to her daughter. It's hard to image a Mothers Day in Sydney' house. Bad parenting can negatively effect relationships and mental health. Hard parents, in her case, a mean mom, laying on a full on attack to her self-esteem, took Sydney to a very dark place. This is NOT a case of tough love. It lead to depression, sadness, fear and anxiety. With her self-esteem damaged, she began hurting herself. Her bad Mom's actions, led Sydney to physically cause pain to herself as punishment for being the terrible, disappointment of a child her mean Mom told her she was everyday. A bullying parent is the last thing that any child would want to deal with. Victim is the textbook definition for Sydney in her abusive home. But in the end, with professional therapy, counseling, help and support from professionals, friends and family, she found that her true self was not the girl her abusive mean Mother made her feel like. But she was a strong, proud young woman who could overcome anything! Watch Abuse Story - https://youtu.be/SiKQDu2cNvU What's your story? storybooth wants to hear it! LINKS: Website: http://www.storybooth.com Instagram: @thestorybooth twitter @thestorybooth https://www.instagram.com/thestorybooth G+: https://plus.google.com/+Storybooth/v... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thestorybooth/ Tumblr: https://storybooth.tumblr.com/ If you liked this storybooth animation and love storytime / story time kid videos, watch our themed playlist collections: Being Yourself: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTv86vY0AuCvmy5PzXAWy9vbciRaDqGH7 Love and Heartbreak: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTv86vY0AuCtnxgvVeZtfySmOpeVZw0t4 Embarrassing and Funny: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTv86vY0AuCtczLwmlI-dBOlr3ZgxFvcF Bullies and Mean People: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTv86vY0AuCuVZFrilE3WncQhw1jZTxIW Overcoming Challenges: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTv86vY0AuCuzwXs4WrQcb2kVXT_xA5Od CONTACT US info@storybooth.com ABOUT STORYBOOTH Real Stories, Animated. Storybooth is a digital platform that invites kids to record and submit their stories with a chance to have them animated and shared with the world. Embarrassment, heartbreak, challenges or triumphs; funny, sad, serious, or silly - we're looking for all kinds of stories - they just need to be real. Stories we select are then turned into animations and are published and distributed online for viewing, sharing, and engaging with on computers, tablets, and mobile devices.
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Good parenting vs bad parenting-Parenting tips-Parenting tips for children-BD health tips
 
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Topic: Relationship between parents and children Bangla / Good parenting Speaker: Assoc. Prof. Farah Deeba. Associate Professor, MPhil (Clinical Psychology), PhD (Psychology), Dept. of Clinical Pschyology, Dhaka Medical College Hospital, Specialist in Clinical Psychology. Profile: https://goo.gl/kbavCg Doctorola.com - Online based doctor appointment service in Bangladesh. Call 16484 to make doctor appointment.
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The cause of mental illness in young boys is fudgeSICLes if the baby cries ignore it anyways.
 
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Would you have picked the baby up or no? Crying babies want their mother. Or most of them do anyways. Would you step over your child? How do you handle your crying child wanting nothing to do with you? Do you enjoy fudgeSICLes? Do you have a good/bad parenting story?
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Anxious Parenting 101 (How to be a MORE Anxious Mother -PARODY)
 
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Anxious Parenting 101 (How to be a MORE Anxious Mother -PARODY) Video Link: https://youtu.be/VpebUsHEVu4 The Parenting Junkie parodies motherhood anxiety and the anxious mother! The anxious mom can laugh with us today as we talk about anxiety and motherhood, worrying too much, postpartum anxiety and struggling with anxiety. Mom parodies are a fun way to relieve the stress about important topics in a fun way way that both brings to light the issue of anxious parenting, but also reduces the charge around negative mindset and moms with anxiety. Do you know a worried mother who could laugh at our mom parody? Motherhood stress and motherhood anxiety is something we have all experienced at one point or another, and a parenting parody is a nice way to reduce some stress around the issue. A parent parody is just what you need! A stressed mother or a stressed out mother sometimes need to laugh at our own issues! Because anxiety and parenting can be an ever present real issue for us ALL! We all need to know how to parent with anxiety, and how to worry less as a mother, and sometimes that involves bringing to light issues around anxiety and living with anxiety as a mother. ★ JOIN OUR GUILT FREE ♡ FACEBOOK COMMUNITY (https://www.facebook.com/groups/loveparentingwithavital/) ★ CORRESPONDING BLOG POST ♡ ( https://www.theparentingjunkie.com/how-to-become-more-anxious-parody/ ) MORE VIDEOS YOU’LL LOVE ►Be MORE Judgmental (Parody) (https://youtu.be/IY8auVv0BdM) ►Peaceful Parenting Doesn’t "Work"?! (https://youtu.be/b9hFm61A4V0 ) ► What Do Punishments Teach? (https://youtu.be/mmeZlu_s_rY ) MOST RECENT TPJ VIDEOS: ►Dr Shefali on Imperfect Moms (https://youtu.be/jnZgeP71uEM) ►Encouragement for Moms (https://youtu.be/n3KPxcihUQ8) ► Jimmy Kimmel Prank Reply (https://youtu.be/k4twTvjQ7DU) ★★★ SHARE RIGHT NOW! ★★★ Click to Tweet! ★ https://ctt.ac/4AR7l Say HI! on Social Media: ★ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/parentingjunkie/ ★ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theparentingjunkie ★ Twitter: https://twitter.com/parentingjunkie ***Product links provided here may or may not be affiliate links. This makes no purchase difference to you, but will help support The Parenting Junkie’s work. Thank you.
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How We're Making Our Kids More Anxious || Mayim Bialik
 
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Hi everyone! Mayim Bialik here. You may know me as Amy Farrah Fowler from The Big Bang Theory, or from Blossom, but hopefully these videos allow you to get to know me better as Mayim, too! Subscribe to my channel for video updates. We publish new videos every Thursday! According to the National Institute of Mental Health, Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder in the U.S. This week, my vlog explores the ways we may not even know we are adding anxiety to our kids’ lives. I’m guilty of most of them....! Check it out and share in the comments how you cope with anxiety in you or your kids. What next? https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLedDhastjmeWG1ms7cPdfhQQrSdFyMxJq Find Mayim Bialik: https://www.facebook.com/MissMayim/ https://www.facebook.com/MissMayim/ https://www.instagram.com/MissMayim/ Official website: http://mayimbialik.net About Mayim Bialik: You ​might know me as Amy Farrah Fowler from The Big Bang Theory or from Blossom​ but there are so many other parts of me that you might not be aware of​!​​ I’m trained ​as a​ neuroscientist, ​I'm ​a passionate activist, an observant jew, a​ perfectly imperfect​ mother, and ​I'm a complicated human being​ like many of you​. This is the place where I wear ​all of those hats - and none of them have a flower on them! ;)
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Dangers of Same Sex Parenting (Aussie Watchman)
 
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Children in same sex marriages Today I want to walk through the evidence that is quite overwhelming regarding the harmful effects of children who are in same sex families. It doesn’t take much research to find out the risk factors inherint in the homosexual community that would lead to poor parenting. This is not to say all homosexuals are bad parents but the taboo topics of the harmful effects of homosexuality have significant effects on their personal life. Number one: homosexuals are at much greater risk of suicide. This is a phenomenon that also exists within European countries who accept homosexuality within their culture and therefore is not the sole effect of discrimination in the main. Suicide attempts is five times higher in the homosexual male community compared to the heterosexual male. Suicide risk can be up to 60 times normal in the post gender reassignment surgical group. Number two: mental health and psychiatric conditions are also significantly in higher in the homsexuality group. Depressive episodes are clearly relatable to suicide risk but this group also suffers increased risk of a whole variety of personality disorders and psychiatric illnesses. Number three: Following on from increased mental health disorders gays are also at much increased risk of substance abuse. Number four: Unstable relationships are the norm in gay couples. A study of 156 long-term same sex couples found that none were able to last more than 5 years without infidelity. In fact a significant number dissipated within one year. The average same sex relationship usually lasts only two to three years. Number five: Homosexual relationships are also plaqued by violence. This not only includes emotional violence, but vastly increased rates of physical and sexual violence. Many studies have shown a 3 times increase in violence compared to homosexual couples. It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to work out that gay relationships are not a haven of safety for children. They will clearly suffer from the inherent deficiencies present within the homosexual community. And so it is; although the homosexual community comprise a tiny minority of the population, they are responsible for one third of child molestation cases in the US. Same-sex parents have been shown to be the cause of 10% of sexual abuse in one study despite being 0.3% of the population. Others have estimated the risk of child sexual abuse within a same sex marriage is 3 times that of a heterosexual couple. It is also been shown; not unsurprisingly given the above information, that children from same sex marriage have up to 6 times risk of the same mental health disorders and harmful decision making that plague their parents. It is therefore of no doubt that child rearing in a same-sex environment is sub-standard and can cause significant harm in children which could well have been avoided. God designed the male female relationship for the rearing of children and to ignore that standard is to increase emotional, physical and sexual abuse within our community.
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Parent Management Training for Oppositional Behavior in Children
 
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University of Central Oklahoma graduate students Haideh Rahseparian, Andrea, & Danielle Kilhoffer present on Parent Management Training (PMT), a behaviorally-based therapy for children with oppositional defiant disorder (ODD). For more information, visit http://yaleparentingcenter.yale.edu/research
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Don't Over-Communicate With the Other Parent  When You Share Custody
 
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http://commandthecourtroom.com Over-communicating with the other parent if you share custody or parenting time can hurt you and your child both now and in the long run. One of my recent trials involved my client, the father, accusing the other parent of stalking like behavior. She harassed him and over-communicated with him. He sought to have the judge limit the amount of communication that he and the other parent were having. He wanted exchanges never to be in person, he wanted texts and emails limited to no more than a certain number per week unless the child was sick. He really wanted nothing to do with my client. It's really not a good idea when you share custody to cut off all communication with the other parent because the child needs both parents to understand what's going on when the child is with Dad and with the child is with the Mom. This is good because as the child gets older they might try and manipulate the other parent. In a co-parenting relationship no communication is not the ideal solution when the parties are at each other's throats. But in reviewing the potential evidence that my client had for his case, I saw tons of email strings. Sometimes the email topics would go on for days. What I saw from those emails is that maybe the father's concerns were actually real. In a lot of the cases that I handle people make stuff up or have a skewed view of the way facts appear to other people. In this case there was over-communicating and what it boiled down was my client being afraid of what was going on with the daughter when she was away from Dad. In this situation there were no issues of mental health, substance abuse or domestic violence. It was just a situation of two parents who were both fit and good parents but there was a lot of bad blood and a loss of trust that happened way in the past. But the mother was a Type A personality and had a hard time letting go of control. So you need to be mindful of how you communicate and how often you communicate with the other parent. Are you being rude, condescending, listening to the other parent, making demands, etc. And if you end up down the road in a trial the text and email messages are going to end up as Exhibit A, B, C....and you want to make sure you are not the one that looks bad in those communications. You want to make sure you are the one that looks reasonable and is respecting the other parent. So think before you hit the send button. Wendy Hernandez is a family law attorney in Phoenix, AZ and founder of Command the Courtroom which teaches you how to handle yourself in court and achieve the best outcome when representing yourself in your divorce or child custody case. Download my FREE ‘Child’s Best Interest Checklist’ at http://www.commandthecourtroom.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/commandthecourtroom Web: http://www.commandthecourtroom.com My Law Firm: http://www.hernandezfirm.com
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Joyce Meyer -  Mental and Emotional Overload Sermon 2017
 
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Joyce Meyer Blessed Sermon Mental and Emotional Overload
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Co-Parenting with a TOXIC EX
 
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PRE-ORDER MY BOOK NOW! http://bit.ly/2s0mULy Research by child development experts has demonstrated numerous benefits to children when they feel supported by both parents. One reason is that parents who co-parent tend to experience lower conflict than those who have sole custody arrangements. Studies show that conflict is what creates the most pain and anguish for children after their parents split, and that keeping parental disagreements to a minimum is a key aspect of helping kids become resilient. For that reason, parents who cannot get along with one another, try to force their children to take sides, or talk badly about the other parent in front of their children simply cannot coparent. Coparenting is defined as: a parenting situation where the parents are not in a marriage, cohabitation, or romantic relationship with one another, and both parents take care of their children. The term ‘co-parent’ may also be used to describe a situation where, following divorce or separation, the child’s parents seek to maintain equal or equivalent responsibility for the child’s upbringing. Many parents, just like the person who asked this question, try and try to communicate with their ex so they can figure out how to do what’s best for the children. But their ex isn’t able to work with them, or the breakup was too volatile for either to imagine working together ever again, even for the sake of their children. Luckily there is another option. It’s called Parallel parenting! Parenting expert Dr. Edward Kruk describes it as “an arrangement in which divorced parents are able to co-parent by means of disengaging from each other, and having limited direct contact, in situations where they have demonstrated that they are unable to communicate with each other in a respectful manner.” I like to think of it as having healthy and very necessary boundaries around the relationship and parenting. But what this means in practice is 1. all communication must be non-personal and business-like in nature and relate to information relevant to your children’s well-being. 2. Parents never use their children as messengers to communicate back and forth. 3. No changes to the schedule are made without written agreement. 4. No personal information is shared with the other parent in any form. 5. To minimize conflict, schedules are shared via a calendar or in writing. My video with Jason: https://youtu.be/4hsiTnMtifY Try​ ​BetterHelp:​ http://tryonlinetherapy.com/katimorton Plans​ ​start​ ​at​ ​$35​ ​a​ ​week​ ​(billed​ ​monthly).​ ​Must​ ​be​ ​18+​ ​to​ ​sign up. Please help transcribe and/or translate this video! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCzBYOHyEEzlkRdDOSobbpvw PATREON A BIG THANK YOU to my Patreon patrons! Without you, I couldn't keep creating videos. Do you want to help support the creation of mental health videos? https://www.katimorton.com/kati-morton-patreon/ JOURNALING & MOTIVATION TEXT SERVICE Let’s get started: https://create.getpurple.io/p/katimorton/ I have launched a new tool to help you journal & stay motivated. Getting started on our path to self-care can be hard and sometimes sticking with it can be even more difficult. That’s why I created this tool! I send you messages twice a week to help get you thinking and writing more easily & take your journaling in a new and helpful direction. I'm Kati Morton, a licensed therapist making Mental Health videos! CONTACT Business email: linnea@toneymedia.com MAIL PO Box #665 1223 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90403 Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/lklQ/
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Parenting Kids With Mental Illness and Learning to Let It Go
 
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When raising a child with a mental illness, you learn that sometimes you have to pick your battles and sometimes, you have to learn to let it go. Chrisa Hickey, author of Mental Illness in the Family blog, explains more about parenting a child with a mental illness. Mental Illness and Learning to Let it Go: http://tinyurl.com/m6e3ds6 Mental Illness in the Family blog: http://tinyurl.com/6umwq6x Trusted schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder information: http://tinyurl.com/nx6ga32
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Parenting and BPD: Information session with Rose Cuff and Hannah Dee
 
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Being a parent and having a diagnosis of BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder) raises many challenges. What are the challenges and difficulties of parenting with BPD? How are children affected, and how can they be helped? What can they understand? In this informative video Rose and Hannah will offer some guidance from the perspectives of a clinician and a person with lived experience. Rose is an Occupational Therapist who has worked in child, adolescent and adult mental health services since 1986. She supports families where a parent has a mental illness through direct clinical practice, creating and implementing peer support and group programs, developing resources and conducting training and research. She now works as the statewide FaPMI (Families where a Parent has a Mental Illness) Co-ordinator. Hannah Dee is an author, consumer consultant, advocate and speaker and parent of three boys. She also has a diagnosis of BPD. She is passionate about helping to lift the stigma and bias surrounding mental illness
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How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime | Nadine Burke Harris
 
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Childhood trauma isn’t something you just get over as you grow up. Pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris explains that the repeated stress of abuse, neglect and parents struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues has real, tangible effects on the development of the brain. This unfolds across a lifetime, to the point where those who’ve experienced high levels of trauma are at triple the risk for heart disease and lung cancer. An impassioned plea for pediatric medicine to confront the prevention and treatment of trauma, head-on. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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Emotionally Unavailable Mother | healthcare, psychology & wellness w/Kati Morton
 
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Pre-order My New Book Today! ARE YOU OK? http://bit.ly/2s0mULy Here's the question I received on the website: "One topic I'd love for you to discuss on your channel someday is recovering from an emotionally abusive, emotionally unavailable, or generally 'mean' mother. How do we heal from the hurt of not having a 'good-enough' mother? As adults, how do we fulfill that longing to be held and hugged and, most importantly, feel fully accepted, understood, and comforted?" So, how do we heal from an emotionally absent mother? When we don't have an emotionally available mom it means that we never had a safe foundation or that we could push off from. What I mean by that is that we never felt we could safely and easily go out into the world to try new things because we didn't know if support would be there when we got back. This can cause us to feel unsure about ourselves and hinder our development. It can also cause us to struggle in relationships and with wellness. Since no one demonstrated expression of emotions or told us it was okay, we can become very uncomfortable with them, and even seeing them in others can be too much for us. We can also prefer to be isolated because having someone close to us doesn't feel "normal" or comfortable to us. Now that we can somewhat understand what our symptoms may be, how do we heal from it? The first step in healing is to start giving a voice to that child self that never had one. This is often called inner child work, and something that I have my clients do is to write a letter from that child self to their adult self. It sounds strange at first, but it can be so very healing. Self-soothing is another thing we will need to work on, because no one ever soothed us as a child or told us it was going to be okay. In order to heal from that we need to learn how to soothe ourselves and being the re-mothering process. In Jasmine Lee Cori's book she offers up some "good mother messages" that you probably didn't hear and encourages you to figure out which ones you need to hear most and learn how to say them to yourself. This could be done through a letter from your adult self to that child self, or simply by practicing self-care. Lastly, build up your supports. In order to do all of this hard work we are going to need to have people around us to help us get through it. In addition to having a treatment team (therapist, psychiatrist, etc) it's also very important to have supportive friends too. That way they can check in on you every so often and you can vent to them about this as needed. I know there is so much more to talk about when it comes to this topic, so let me know in the comments if you want more videos like this!! xox - Kati Therapy, psychology, healthcare and anxiety... Link to the book: http://www.katimorton.com/book-store/ Emotional Abuse video: https://youtu.be/A5fw-IT_phU MERCH! https://store.dftba.com/collections/kati-morton PATREON https://www.patreon.com/katimorton WEBSITE http://www.katimorton.com TWITTER http://www.twitter.com/katimorton FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/katimorton1 TUMBLR http://www.katimorton.tumblr.com PINTEREST http://www.pinterest.com/katimorton1 HELP! SUBTITLE VIDEOS http://goo.gl/OZOQXi WE NEED YOUR HELP! Subtitle videos if you know English or any other languages! You can help people who are either hearing impaired or non native English speaking. By doing this, you are helping others and strengthening our community. MY FREE WORKBOOKS Easy to follow at home workbooks for your mental health Self-Harm workbook http://goo.gl/N7LtwU Eating Disorder workbook http://goo.gl/DjOmkC LGTBQ workbook http://goo.gl/WG8jcZ KATIFAQ VIDEOS Wondering if I have answered a question like yours? Search for it here: http://goo.gl/1ECSlO MY VIDEO SCHEDULE Monday - New mental health topic video Thursday -q&a's, guests, mental health in the news, etc SENDING KATI STUFF PO Box 1223 Wilshire Blvd. #665 Santa Monica, CA 90403
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Britain's Challenging Children (Child Psychology Documentary) - Real Stories
 
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This film follows life inside 5 UK primary schools to uncover the enormous challenges faced by teachers dealing with violent and disruptive behaviour. 97 percent of teachers say they have to deal with disruptive pupils in their classroom – pupils like Levi in Luton, who regularly has to storm out of class for fear that he might lose control; or Jordyn in Glasgow whose swearing and aggression frightens teachers and classmates alike. With remarkable results, we follow Levi, Jordyn and others as their schools reach out to both children and parents to address the roots of their behaviour. In Jordyn's school she benefits from a Nurture Group, a special room set up as a bridge between home and school, where the whole spectrum of behavours that form a barrier to learning, from complete withdrawal to outright aggression, can be addressed. And in Levi's school headteacher, Hilary Goddard puts into practice her "whole brain behaviour management in the classroom" to help both children, teachers and parents. Want to watch more full-length Documentaries? Click here: http://bit.ly/1GOzpIu Follow us on Twitter for more - https://twitter.com/realstoriesdocs Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RealStoriesChannel Instagram - @realstoriesdocs Content licensed from True Vision. Any queries, please contact us at: realstories@littledotstudios.com Produced by True Vision
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Innocents Lost (Child Neglect Documentary) - Real Stories
 
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Kidnapped, sold, starved, beaten and set to work round the clock, surviving on rubbish tips and road sides; given to the Gods as punishment for a sin committed by a family member; neglected and written off as worthless; dumped in Gulags for stealing a loaf of bread. These are the Innocents who are Lost. "Innocents Lost" is a hard hitting documentary film about crimes against children around the world. Each story is punctuated by quotes from the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, and voiced by children who have directly suffered themselves. Want to watch more full-length Documentaries? Click here: http://bit.ly/1GOzpIu Follow us on Twitter for more - https://twitter.com/realstoriesdocs Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RealStoriesChannel Instagram - @realstoriesdocs Content licensed from True Vision. Any queries, please contact us at: realstories@littledotstudios.com Produced by True Vision.
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18-Year-Old Tells Girlfriend’s Mom And Dad: ‘You’re The Failure Of A Parent’
 
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Parents face off with their 14-year-old daughter's 18-year-old boyfriend -- and he critiques their parenting. http://drphil.com Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter Dr. Phil uses the power of television to tell compelling stories about real people. The Dr. Phil show provides the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. For over a decade, Dr. McGraw has used the show's platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Using his top-rated show as a teaching tool, he takes aim at the critical issues of our time, including the "silent epidemics" of bullying, drug abuse, domestic violence, depression, child abuse, suicide and various forms of severe mental illness.
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Dr. Phil To Reluctant Mom Of 5: ‘Did It Ever Occur To You To Stop Having Children?’
 
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A woman claims her grandchildren are ‘basically raising themselves’ because her daughter refuses to interact with them. The daughter says she never wanted to be a mother. Dr. Phil asks whether it ever occurred to her to stop having children. https://www.drphil.com Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter Dr. Phil uses the power of television to tell compelling stories about real people. The Dr. Phil show provides the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. For over a decade, Dr. McGraw has used the show's platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Using his top-rated show as a teaching tool, he takes aim at the critical issues of our time, including the "silent epidemics" of bullying, drug abuse, domestic violence, depression, child abuse, suicide and various forms of severe mental illness.
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Parent Teacher Video Tips | Triggers to Avoid with Defiant Children or Teens | ODD Defiance Disorder
 
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WATCH MORE FREE DEFIANCE ODD VIDEOS AT http://www.totallifecounseling.com/defiance Why Jim West specializes in Defiance! 66% of people with Oppositional Defiance have ADHD undiagnosed or unsuccessfully treated. The reason I want to help you is because my father had ADHD and became a millionaire and then lost it all after 4 marriages and ended up living with his mother before he passed away! My brother also had ADHD and my mother rode him all the way through elementary, middle and high school as well as college to get a 4 year degree!! He is now a great husband, father and leader and is making a difference in the lives of teenagers. I want you to avoid the mess my father had to go through and I want to share how my brother turned out to be a good organized leader. Let me help you and your child or teen! Parenting Solutions for Difficult ODD Defiance Disorder - Triggers to Avoid - Preview Children & Teens - Learn the following on this video - Oppositional "No No’s" - What are the 4 T's? - Triggers to avoid! - How to say "No" Less! - Too much focus on minor behaviors! - What is quality time and should it be used as a reward? - How the quantity of quality time makes a difference! Testimonial-"Your information is valuable for any parent, grandparent, teacher, counselor, etc. I feel as if I have found a gold mine of information. I am a long time high school teacher working on a high school counseling credential in order to work in a different capacity at the school site." P.S. "I thoroughly enjoyed your explanation of the emergence of "the adolescent" in history." Diana, Teacher-Newport Beach, Calif. WATCH ENTIRE PROGRAM OR WATCH MORE PREVIEWS @ http://www.totallifecounseling.com/defiance Yell Less, Say No less, and have peace in your home. This is a preview video to a 2 hour video. Jim West is an international keynote speaker, nationally certified and Florida state licensed counselor. He has helped thousands of familys deal with stubborn, oppositional defiant students. This video is available to watch on your tablet, smart phone or computer. WATCH ENTIRE VIDEO INSTANTLY WITH HOME AND SCHOOL CHARTS http://www.totallifecounseling.com/defiance and get help with all of the below issues! Oppositional Defiance Symptoms Losing one's temper Arguing with adults Actively defying requests Refusing to follow rules Deliberately annoying other people Blaming others for one's own mistakes or misbehavior Being touchy, easily annoyed Being easily angered, resentful, spiteful, or vindictive. Speaking harshly, or unkind when upset Seeking revenge Having frequent temper tantrums Many parents report that their Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD) children were rigid and demanding from an early age. WATCH ENTIRE PROGRAM OR WATCH MORE PREVIEWS @ http://www.totallifecounseling.com/defiance
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