What Parents Need To Know About Teenage Emotions And Suicidal Thoughts

Updated: Nov 22, 2020

Children’s emotional and physical health are one and the same. The health of the body impacts our emotions and thoughts. Conversely, our thoughts and feelings impact the body. As our teenagers grow up they experience intense emotions and may even have thoughts of suicide. Actually, 17% of high school students have thought about suicide. Fortunately, parents are in a position to help. In this episode of the Mighty Parenting podcast Dr. Lia Gaggino talks to host Sandy Fowler about the essential things every parent needs to know about teenage emotions and suicide ideation in order to keep your child safe.


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