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Courant Staff WriterWhen the pressures of school and friends and sports become overwhelming, many adolescents have nowhere to turn. Family life is increasingly fragmented by divorce and workplace demands. The simple rituals that once provided structure and support are...
Tags: Sex, Philosophy, Colleges and Universities, Christmas, Divorce
Sun StaffTucked away on a 43-acre suburban campus in Silver Spring, the St. Luke Institute boasts garden courtyards, tennis and handball courts and, by its own account, extraordinary success over the past two decades in treating the dark and complex problem of...
Courant Staff WriterMany Americans have drifted away from the institutions that traditionally define status - the churches they attended, the neighborhoods they grew up in, the companies they worked for. Today's mothers are finding a new way to measure success: their...
Courant Staff WriterGripped by depression and anxiety, adolescents are swamping psychiatric wards and therapists' offices across the country. This stressed-out generation of American youth is caught in a double-bind: intensifying pressure to meet an ever higher standard of...
Park Street, attracting visitors from many sections of the Northeast, runs between Pope Park on the west and Main Street on the east. It is arguably the most dynamic retail and residential street in Hartford. It's also one of the best stories in the...
Courant Staff WriterAdults still suffering mental anguish from the Sept. 11 attacks should reach out to loved ones this week, but young children should avoid watching the constant replays of the falling towers, psychiatrists said Monday. With the one-year anniversary...
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