Tag Archive | Children

James Donaldson on Mental Health – The Most Common Misdiagnoses in Children

As I’m doing more and more work in regards to mental health in children and our young people, I continue to come across great resources and articles that I think would be helpful for everyone. When symptoms have multiple causes, mistakes are made Linda Spiro, PsyD When you have a headache, you know there are […]

Strategies for a Successful Summer Break – Tips for Managing Your Kids’ Downtime to Help Make it Relaxing for Everyone

Strategies for a Successful Summer Break Tips for managing your kids’ downtime to help make it relaxing for everyone by Child Mind Institute Beth Arky While your average child may be thrilled by the end of the school year, anticipating lazy days and sleeping in, the prospect of summer break isn’t quite that unalloyed pleasure […]

James Donaldson Review – HBO Documentary A Dangerous Son

</> After my recent struggles with mental issues/mental challenges, that included, stress, anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts, I’ve been doing a lot of research on the subject to really get myself up to speed as best as possible. http://bit.ly/JamesMentalHealthArticle I came across his recent HBO documentary “A Dangerous Son” A Dangerous Son Documentary in which the lives […]

New Report Details Racial Gap Among US Children – Comments by James Donaldson

Question: is our educational system broken, or is it designed to do exactly what it’s doing? The question is rhetorical in nature, but it is one of many topics that were covered at a conference (The 15th Annual White Privilege Conference (whoa now, don’t let the eyebrow raising name of the conference scare you away or […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – First Time Dad by John Fuller

  http://www.audible.com/pd/Self-Development/First-Time-Dad-The-Stuff-You-Really-Need-to-Know-Audiobook/B0089FP4N6 This book had a lot of great helpful advice, not only for first-time dad, but for all dads to continue to keep in mind, great practices pertaining to raising their children.   It does have a nice “Christian” overtone (not too heavy though) which I appreciate.  The book helps us to steer and […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – Your Kids Are Your Own Fault by Larry Winget

“Parents Should be Parents and Children …Children” Larry Winget does a very good job in pointing out a lot of the “issues” that parents face in trying to raise the current generation of kids. If you’re past the 35 years of age mark, then you’ll get a lot of what the author is talking about […]