Family Help & Wellness

Bullying

Bullying is defined as the use of threats, abuse, intimidation, or force to aggressively control others. This behavior is mostly habitual and repetitive. An individual can be said to be practicing bullying if he/she unceasingly acts in an antisocial and aggressive way those surrounding him/her, including family and friends. In most instances, the main motivation...

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Boot Camps for Troubled Teens

Noun Boot Camps for troubled teens are defined as behavioral change programs that are created with the objective of restoring troubled teens through the use of military-like training and discipline. In spite of their popularity, boot camps are highly unsuccessful in their intended goals of promoting realistic, permanent changes in the social patterns of distressed...

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Boot Camp for Boys

Noun A boot camp for boys utilizes negative reinforcement and shock tactics in a controlled military-like environment to counteract destructive behavior.  Usually, the boot camps aim at instilling high sense of structure and discipline in the attendees, similar to a military environment. Most boot camps for young men are grounded on the idea that instilling

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Boot Camp

Noun Boot camps can be state-owned, constituting the penal and correctional system of certain countries, but a large percentage of these facilities are in the USA. Privately owned boot camps use similar approaches and provide programs as short term options for the teens whose parents feel they have lost control or who desire behavior modification.

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Bipolar disorder in teens

Noun Bipolar disorder in teens is also known as manic-depressive disorder and is connected to mood swings ranging from the depths of depression to the peaks of mania. The moment your mood shifts in opposite direction, you may feel energetic and euphoric. The moment you get depressed, you may feel hopeless or sad and lose

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