The teenage years can be difficult for parents and kids alike. The firestorm of hormonal changes, new academic and social challenges, emotional volatility and shifting family dynamics can feel overwhelming,. In this section you’ll find information and advice on some of the hot button issues of adolescence, including sexual activity, substance use, social media, sleep, and body image. Here, too, we explore the mental health challenges to look out for in adolescents—among them social anxiety, depression, eating disorders, self-injury, psychosis and suicidal thinking

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