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Defiance

/de·fi·ance/

n.Noun

Defiance is defined as an open resistance or bold disobedience.  Defiance is a common act among young teens and children.  Defiance can come in many different forms and different levels.

An act of defiance doesn't always mean that there are bigger problems at hands but it is important to pay attention if defiance becomes a big part in a teens behavior.  Defiance can be the cause of many different things often times small but sometimes the problem may be much larger.  Defiant behavior come from problems such as a predisposition or disorder in the brain to a problem of substance abuse.  Smaller acts of defiance can just be the cause of lack of sleep or food or also from problems such as bullying.

Defiance can be a good indicator of a more serious problem in a teens life.  It is important to ask questions when signs of defiance are used frequently.

Depression

Depression

/de·pres·sion/

Depression is defined as a mental condition characterized by feelings of severe despondency and dejection, typically also with feelings of inadequacy and guilt, often accompanied by lack of energy and disturbance of appetite and sleep.

Statistics has shown that diagnosis of depression is growing at a very dangerous rate. Globally, depression affects over 350 million people of all ages. Depression has been linked to other negative health outcomes, such as obesity, heart disease, and stroke. Compared to those not affected by depression those who face it are more likely to be unemployed and have a higher chance of divorce.

Most people that suffer from depression do not seek care or attention. Since this is a global issue, many efforts are made to help those who are suffering depression. It is important for those that face depression to find help so that they can overcome this plague that millions of people face.

Detoxification facilities

n.noun

/de·tox·i·fi·ca·tion/ /fa·cil·i·ties/

Detoxification facilities, or detox facilities, are facilities where drug addicted men and women can detoxify from and recover from whatever drug they are currently abusing. The objective of detox facilities is to provide an environment for drug addicts to obtain full sobriety. Detox is usually used in conjunction with rehabilitative treatments or drug addiction recovery programs such as, rehab or residential treatment.

When pertaining to troubled teens, there are detoxification centers that cater to minors. These facilities are located nearly all over the country and provide a therapeutic environment for young adults or teens to fully achieve sobriety.

If a teen is currently abusing drugs treatment programs such as, programs for troubled teens, will either provide their own detoxification or suggest that parents take their child to a detoxification facility prior to enrolling the teen in their treatment center or program. Parents seeking treatment for a drug abusing teen should make sure the particular program they are interested in offers some sort of detox.

 

Discipline

 

n.noun
dis·ci·pline

Discipline is one's ability to do the right thing, regardless of how they feel. Discipline is one of the most difficult things for a person to develop as it takes hard work, dedication, and can take years to achieve. Those who develop strong discipline tend to be more successful and happier than those who do not develop strong discipline.

Troubled teens are notorious for their lack of discipline. In fact, their lack of discipline is likely the root cause of almost all of their issues. Furthermore, if troubled teens develop discipline, they will be able to overcome their shortcomings and change their live for the better.

Parents of troubled teens who are in desperate need of discipline have many options to choose from. These options include, therapeutic boarding schools for troubled teens, group homes, residential treatment centers and even boot camps for troubled teens. However, boot camps are considered ineffective and a "quick fix" that yields no long lasting changes.

 

Drug Abuse

Drug Abuse

/drug/ /a.buse/ 

The definition of Drug abuse is the use of a medicine or other substance that has a physiological effect when introduced into the body improperly in a negative view or purpose.

There are many different types of drugs, and the misuse of these types of substances can be very dangerous and can be the cause of many different problems.  This kind of abuse can lead to many different impairments or distress.  

Along with physical problems that can come from recurrent drug abuse, there are many other types of problems that can occur.  One effect can be a lack of interest in schooling and work.  Another possibility can be the failure to fulfill roles and obligations in different settings of life can.   Also, a poor performance in daily actions that may lead to legal problems. 

It is important to face Drug abuse as soon as possible in an appropriate manner.  There are many different programs that are available to help fix these types of problems to rehabilitate someone’s life.  

Drug Rehab


Drug rehabilitation (often drug rehab or just rehab) is a term for the processes of medical or psychotherapeutic treatment, for dependency on psychoactive substances such as alcohol, prescription drugs, and street drugs such as cocaine, heroin or amphetamines. The general intent is to enable the patient to cease substance abuse, in order to avoid the psychological, legal, financial, social, and physical consequences that can be caused, especially by extreme abuse.

Drug Rehab treatment includes medication for depression or other disorders, counseling by experts and sharing of experience with other addicts. Some rehab centers include meditation and spiritual wisdom in the treatment process.

There are many different treatment options for troubled teens when pertaining to drug rehabs. Many different therapeutic programs for troubled teens such as, wilderness therapy, residential treatment facilities, and boarding schools for troubled teens, may offer their own form of drug rehabilitation.