Suicide, Injury, and Overdose Rate for Young Adults are Still on the Rise...Why?
22June

Suicide, Injury, and Overdose Rate for Young Adults are...Suicide, Injury, and Overdose Rate for Young...Suicide, Injury, and Overdose Rate for Young Adults are...

By At The Crossroads

Modernization has definitely helped in lowering the mortality ratefor young adults, but we are still seeing an increase, in rates, caused by drug overdose, injury, and suicide. The million dollar question is ‘Why?’ There’s no...

Modernization has definitely helped in lowering the mortality ratefor young adults, but we are still seeing an increase, in rates, caused by drug overdose, injury, and suicide. The million dollar question is ‘Why?’ There’s no doubt that parents can do a lot of things...

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5 Keys to a Successful Relationship Between a Therapist & Client
22June

5 Keys to a Successful Relationship Between a Therapist...5 Keys to a Successful Relationship Between a...5 Keys to a Successful Relationship Between a Therapist...

By At The Crossroads

We will explore in this article the five keys to a successful therapeutic relationship between a therapist and struggling young men and women. With more than 60 percent of young adults between the ages of 18-24 living with their parents or a...

We will explore in this article the five keys to a successful therapeutic relationship between a therapist and struggling young men and women. With more than 60 percent of young adults between the ages of 18-24 living with their parents or a relative, an increasing number of parents are...

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Study Links Adverse Childhood Experiences to Lifelong Health Problems
22June

Study Links Adverse Childhood Experiences to Lifelong...Study Links Adverse Childhood Experiences to...Study Links Adverse Childhood Experiences to Lifelong...

By At The Crossroads

Marie moved to Montana to escape. She ran from the anguish of her East Coast home. Under the Big Sky she sought to take a break, sort out life and ground herself. What she couldn’t run from was her smoking habit and her early onset...

Marie moved to Montana to escape. She ran from the anguish of her East Coast home. Under the Big Sky she sought to take a break, sort out life and ground herself. What she couldn’t run from was her smoking habit and her early onset diabetes. She couldn’t run from the liver...

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10 Ways to Stay Sane in an Overly Online World
22June

10 Ways to Stay Sane in an Overly Online World10 Ways to Stay Sane in an Overly Online World10 Ways to Stay Sane in an Overly Online World

By At The Crossroads

Over the last two decades, a lot has changed. The Internet has become mainstream, smartphones have become the norm, and social media has become a popular way to connect and get together. That is a lot of change for a relatively short amount of...

Over the last two decades, a lot has changed. The Internet has become mainstream, smartphones have become the norm, and social media has become a popular way to connect and get together. That is a lot of change for a relatively short amount of time on the evolutionary clock for humans....

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Under Utilized Drug Is Actually Critical for Treatment-Resistant Depression
02December

Under Utilized Drug Is Actually Critical for...Under Utilized Drug Is Actually Critical for...Under Utilized Drug Is Actually Critical for...

By At The Crossroads

30% of People with Depression Don’t Respond to the First Few Antidepressants Many people with clinical depression have tried an array of medication and still feel sick. Maybe they’ve tried different selective serotonin reuptake...

30% of People with Depression Don’t Respond to the First Few Antidepressants Many people with clinical depression have tried an array of medication and still feel sick. Maybe they’ve tried different selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) or selective...

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The Social Brain and Autism in Young People
13September

The Social Brain and Autism in Young PeopleThe Social Brain and Autism in Young PeopleThe Social Brain and Autism in Young People

By Craig Rogers

This article was first published by the UCLA NewsRoom  CLA scientists have found that in young people with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder, the areas of the brain that are linked to social behaviors are both less developed and...

This article was first published by the UCLA NewsRoom  CLA scientists have found that in young people with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder, the areas of the brain that are linked to social behaviors are both less developed and less-sufficiently networked than they are in...

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Mental Illness Twice as Likely When Siblings are Dysfunctional
13September

Mental Illness Twice as Likely When Siblings are...Mental Illness Twice as Likely When Siblings...Mental Illness Twice as Likely When Siblings are...

By At The Crossroads

 This story was first published by the HuffPost of Australia and written by Bella Westaway. Misha Heaton was excited for the birth of her brother. At four-years-old, she couldn’t wait for a playmate, to bounce around the gardens of...

 This story was first published by the HuffPost of Australia and written by Bella Westaway. Misha Heaton was excited for the birth of her brother. At four-years-old, she couldn’t wait for a playmate, to bounce around the gardens of their home on the North Shore of Sydney....

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1 in 5 Young Adults has a Personality Disorder
13September

1 in 5 Young Adults has a Personality Disorder1 in 5 Young Adults has a Personality Disorder1 in 5 Young Adults has a Personality Disorder

By At The Crossroads

Did you know that almost one in five young adults has a personality disorder that interferes with everyday life, and even more abuse alcohol or drugs, researchers at Columbia University reported in one of the most extensive...

Did you know that almost one in five young adults has a personality disorder that interferes with everyday life, and even more abuse alcohol or drugs, researchers at Columbia University reported in one of the most extensive studies of its kind. The disorders...

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