“Child Burnout and Media Consumption” – How Too Much Of a Good Thing Can Deplete a Childs Joy of Life

The new school year is in full swing and unfortunately so are the growing pressures on the students. Burnout versus Joy of Life – a balancing act that now also affects children.

Both Assessments of Health Promotion Switzerland and the Pro Juventute work together with university hospitals for child and adolescent psychiatry in Bern and Zurich and state: children are increasingly overwhelmed with their everyday coping. Stress, pressure, sleep disorders and listlessness are commonly observed fatigue symptoms. Some experts even fear that every third student has burnout symptoms.

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A Guide To Preparing For Parenthood With A Disability

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When you’re expecting a baby, it’s normal to spend hours on end thinking about the ways in which you will have to prepare your life and home for the arrival of a new family member. These anxieties are significantly amplified for expecting parents living with a disability. You may be keenly aware of how to adapt your life to your disability, but it’s not as obvious when you have to consider how a brand new life fits in.

But don’t worry – every parent goes through this. Your disability offers a different sort of challenge, but that doesn’t mean that preparing for parenthood has to be a logistical and emotional ordeal.

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