It’s no secret that parents want their children to be successful. They’ve raised them and want to make sure they have the best opportunities in life. Different parents take this idea to different extremes, though.
Dr. Jennifer Hartstein spoke with Daily Mail TV about some scary things that are happening with your child’s videos. Watch what she had to say.
The holidays can be overwhelming enough, but mix in a little family, and you’ve got yourself a recipe for stress. Psychologist Jennifer Hartstein and family therapist George James sit down with Kathie Lee and Hoda
Psychologists Jennifer Hartstein and Jeff Gardere talk about the signs of anxiety and depression, from emotional to physical symptoms. The mental health experts also share ways to deal with mental health issues, including detaching from
Everyone on social media looks so happy in posts about their amazing vacation or perfect family — but what you’re seeing isn’t always a reality. Jessica Abo, author of “Unfiltered: How to Be as
Kate Spade's father is speaking out about their family's tragic loss and new numbers out from the CDC show a dramatic increase in the number of Americans dying by suicide. ABC's Deborah Roberts is
The shocking deaths of iconic designer Kate Spade and chef and author Anthony Bourdain have inspired a number of celebrities to share their battles with mental illness on social media, including Dwayne “The Rock”
Megyn Kelly TODAY welcomes Amy Holmes of PBS’ “In Principle,” MSNBC analyst Zerlina Maxwell and psychologist Jennifer Hartstein to discuss topics of the day, including the tragic deaths of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade.
Continuing the new series “I Thought I Was Too Old For…,” Megyn Kelly TODAY welcomes psychologist Jennifer Hartstein to talk about whether we’re ever too old to fight with our friends. “Life changes create
With a growing number of young people reporting severe depression, parents and pediatricians are being encouraged to recognize the symptoms.
Megyn Kelly talks to psychologist Jennifer Hartstein and school psychologist Tom Kersting about the Florida school shooting. Hartstein says “kids have gotten more anxious”.
On Megyn Kelly TODAY, Megyn talks about her personal experience with body shaming, saying “I was chubby, by any standard” in middle school, and subject to humiliating pranks, before she briefly cut her intake to 500 calories a day. She is joined by personal trainer Bob Harper and psychologist Jennifer Hartstein for a candid discussion.
The holidays can bring pressure to please everyone. Family therapist Jennifer Hartstein has suggestions for taking the stress out: Keep the peace, and communicate about how much you want to spend.
Teens who can't put away their phones aren't just entranced: Their brains actually have a chemical imbalance, a small new study has found.
In the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas, family psychologist Dr. Jennifer Hartstein joins TODAY to address how to talk to your children about the tragedy. She says that pointing out that
In the latest edition of TODAY’s “Is It Normal?” series, family psychologist Dr. Jennifer Hartstein answers relationship questions you might never admit wondering about, including whether it’s normal to sometimes wish you were single instead of married, or to withhold information from your partner.
Jennifer Hartstein tells TODAY’s Matt Lauer that “open dialogue with your kids” is key in the wake of rising suicide rates among teenagers: “Don’t be afraid to ask them any questions.” She says that if you’re afraid that your teen’s smartphone could be contributing to a problem, take it away from them.
In the latest edition of TODAY’s “Is It Normal?” series, family psychologist Dr. Jennifer Hartstein answers relationship questions you might never admit wondering about, including whether it’s normal to monitor your spouse’s social media. It
As TODAY’s new “Is It Normal?” series continues, family psychologist Dr. Jennifer Hartstein answers relationship questions you might never admit wondering about, including whether it’s OK to have a favorite child (it’s normal, but you shouldn’t play favorites) or even dislike your spouse sometimes (it’s only natural, as long as you still love them).
It’s natural for kids to want to relax during summer vacation, but how do you avoid them forgetting what they’ve learned during the school year? Psychologist Jennifer Hartstein and teacher Nicholas Ferroni have sound advice on how to avoid the dreaded “summer slide.”