Teen moodiness and mental health

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Teen moodiness and mental health

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A moody teenager. If you have a teenager in your house, you know what a moody teenager is. I think overreacting to their moodiness is not going to help them with their lives. More importantly, be involved with their lives to participate in the activities you are allowed to participate in, as a teenager, and engage them. Talk to them. Listen to them. If the moods persist, and you have warning signs that something is going on, the first place to go is usually their school. Talk to their teachers. If there are friends of theirs that you are close with, and you feel that you can talk to them; talk to their friends. If there is a house that they hang out at a lot, talk to the parents to see if they are seeing something to help you understand why your child is acting the way that they are acting. If need be, you need to talk to your child about seeing someone and talk to a counselor or family therapist to help you with that.

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Timothy J. Wheeler, the managing partner of the law firm Greene, Broillet & Wheeler LLP.  He has extensive trial experience in a variety of areas including product liability, general negligence and auto product liability. Tim was named the Lawyer of the Year in Product Liability by Best Lawyers in America for 2013. He was a three-time finalist for the prestigious Trial Lawyer of the Year Award, presented by the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA), for his outstanding trial record and involvement and commitment to consumer rights. Tim is a graduate of Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, CA (J.D., 1978), Tim attended Santa Clara University (BS, cum laude, Political Science, 1975), and was a recipient of the Jesuit Scholarship. While at Loyola High School, Tim's excellence in all areas of student life was recognized by the faculty, which bestowed upon him The Loyola Award. Tim and his wife Nancy reside in Manhattan Beach,  have been married for 37 years and have four adult children, Matt, Tim, Danny, and Mary and two grandchildren, Lily and Grace. 

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