When Your Adult Child Breaks Your Heart

Coping with mental illness, substance abuse, and the problems that tear families apart

When Helping Your Child Becomes Enabling

Most parents tend to be highly emotional when it comes to their children, and this can impact their decision-making when it comes to parenting. It is important to be able to recognize the difference between helping and enabling your child so that you don't unknowingly contribute to your child's unhealthy behaviors. Read More

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Dr. Young is a psychiatrist practicing north of Detroit, specializing in the treatment of adolescent, adult, and geriatric mental illness.


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