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November 7, 2011
by Christie Hunter

Tanya Glover

Bipolar Disorder in Children

November 7, 2011 17:38 by Christie Hunter  [About the Author]

Tanya Glover
ByTanya Glover Theravive.com Contributor Once upon a time, Bipolar Disorder was only a mental illness recognized in adults. Over the past few years however, this disorder has become something that has been recognized in children. Many feel that this is just the new buzz diagnosis from the medical community, but I have personally seen cases of bipolar disorder in children. Maybe more kids are diagn... [More]

October 23, 2011
by Christie Hunter

Tanya Glover

Coping with Claustrophobia

October 23, 2011 13:32 by Christie Hunter  [About the Author]

Tanya Glover
By Tanya Glover Theravive.com Contributor Having claustrophobia can cause many problems in one’s life depending on the severity of the phobia. There are ways to cope with this condition though and that is what I would like to talk about today. What is Claustrophobia? Claustrophobia is considered to be a phobia but can also be classified as an anxiety disorder. This is because someone w... [More]

September 30, 2011
by Christie Hunter

Tanya Glover

Making the Most of Your Family Time

September 30, 2011 17:26 by Christie Hunter  [About the Author]

Tanya Glover
By Tanya Glover Theravive.com Contributor The family of today is typically a very busy unit. Most households require both parents to work in order to make ends meet and the children are becoming more and more active in extra activities to keep themselves busy and boost their attractiveness to colleges. With so much going on with each individual family member it can be difficult to find time for ... [More]

September 25, 2011
by Christie Hunter

Tanya Glover

Coping With Your Driving Anxieties

September 25, 2011 14:33 by Christie Hunter  [About the Author]

Tanya Glover
By Tanya Glover Theravive.com Contributor If you are like me (and so many others in the world) and have driving anxiety you know how horrible it can be to be behind the wheel of a car when these anxious feeling kick in. Knowing what your triggers are and having a plan to overcome panic associated with your anxieties is the key to staying safe and possibly overcoming your fears altogether. Trigg... [More]

September 13, 2011
by Arthur Hunter

Tanya Glover

Teaching Your Children the Responsibilities of Social Networking

September 13, 2011 15:25 by Arthur Hunter  [About the Author]

Tanya Glover
By Tanya Glover Theravive.com Contributor In today’s world our children have things that we never dreamed of having as children! The internet is wonderful in and of itself but social networking has been a main focus of the web since MySpace was created. It was all downhill from there as other companies decided to jump on the social networking bandwagon. Now the two largest social netwo... [More]

September 4, 2011
by Christie Hunter

Tanya Glover

Coping With Your OCD

September 4, 2011 13:18 by Christie Hunter  [About the Author]

Tanya Glover
By Tanya Glover Coping With Your OCD As someone who suffers from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder I understand how frustrating it can be to deal with. Each night I lie down in my bed and get comfortable and I am not there for one minute before I wonder if I have turned off the oven or if all the doors are locked. I obsess over small things like if my cat’s water bowl is full or if the closet ... [More]

August 27, 2011
by Christie Hunter

Tanya Glover

Helping Your Special Needs Child Transition to a New School

August 27, 2011 21:09 by Christie Hunter  [About the Author]

Tanya Glover
By Tanya Glover Theravive.com Contributor There are many challenges a parent of a special needs child faces. The one I have most recently had to deal with is my son’s transition to a new school. For a special needs child, change can be very difficult. Many of these children rely on routine and consistency, so when a major change comes, it can be very scary for them and the parents as well.... [More]

August 15, 2011
by Christie Hunter

Tanya Glover

Protecting Your Children in the Digital Age

August 15, 2011 09:41 by Christie Hunter  [About the Author]

Tanya Glover
By Tanya Glover Theravive.com Contributor Protecting Your Children in the Digital Age When I was a child we played outside until our parents called us in for supper or when it got dark, whichever one came first. We played hide and seek and tag, and rode our bikes. Television was a treat that we only got to an hour, or maybe two, per day. We knew who our neighbors were and we knew where the dangers... [More]

August 9, 2011
by Christie Hunter

Tanya Glover

Caring for Your Aging Parents

August 9, 2011 23:32 by Christie Hunter  [About the Author]

Tanya Glover
By Tanya Glover Theravive.com Contributor Caring for Your Aging Parents When we are children it seems that are parents will be there to care for us forever. When we become adults and have children of our own it seems that Grandma and Grandpa will always be there. After all, parents are the ones who are supposed to take care of you right? But, then the day comes when the parents you once knew, stro... [More]

August 4, 2011
by Christie Hunter

Tanya Glover

Helping Children Cope With Divorce

August 4, 2011 10:11 by Christie Hunter  [About the Author]

Tanya Glover
By Tanya Glover Theravive.com Contributor Once upon a time divorce was a very ugly and taboo word. Back in the 1950’s and 1960’s the word divorce was only whispered and a woman who was divorced was looked upon in a less then favorable light. You could sometimes overhear someone talking in hushed tones about the divorcee who just moved in next door and what type of person she must be. ... [More]