The Busy Parent’s Guide to Managing Exhaustion in Children and Teens – Media & News
Do you wonder why your child or teen seems drained, overtired, moody, anxious, and depressed? Are you uncertain if and when you should be worried about the amount of sleep they get?
Exhaustion is a symptom of varied problems with a wide range of meanings. In this quick read for busy parents, you will meet many exhausted children and teens, from a two-year-old taking excessive naps to avoid feelings of loss to a sixteen-year-old super athlete with ambitious career goals.
Psychoanalyst Laurie Hollman, Ph.D. provides insight and guidance to help your exhausted child. This mini book includes:
- Recommendations for adequate sleep.
- An exploration of special problems, such as kids of parents with marital problems or dual working parents; an emphasis on being the smartest kids globally; burn out, depression, and anxiety; insufficient free play time; and the effects of screen time.
- Research about the effects of exhaustion on memory, school performance, mood regulation, pain sensitivity, and the immune function.
Using the 5 steps of The Parental Intelligence Way, you can learn how to identify and alleviate the various reasons your kids are exhausted and what you can do about it!
The audiobook is narrated by actor Rich Hollman, son of the author, who was raised The Parental Intelligence Way.
“How to Manage Exhaustion in Children and Teens: The Parental Intelligence Way,” Dad’s Experience, host: Adam Busuttil, Mar. 1, 2020 Listen
Media and News
“Sleep: Laurie Hollman on Why You Should Make Getting a Good Night’s Sleep a Priority, and How to You Can Make that Happen” Authority Magazine, November 28, 2021, https://medium.com/authority-magazine/sleep-laurie-hollman-on-why-you-should-make-getting-a-good-nights-sleep-a-major-priority-in-your-8a5523306b4e