Having Imaginary Friends Can be Beneficial

Seeing your kids having a conversation by themselves might really freak you out. But having imaginary friends is perfectly normal, experts say. In fact, having an imaginary friend may even have some serious benefits, both social and cognitive. According to a 2004 study, about 65 Continue Reading

Impulsive Behaviors in Teenagers Could be Exploration

Teenagers, they are notorious for making bad decisions. Whether it’s chatting with strangers online, deciding to experiment with drugs, piercing ears, skateboarding; they always seem to illustrate the sets of impulsive behaviors. Scientists have long said teens are impulsive because their brains aren’t fully developed. Continue Reading