CJ News & Views
Dr. Laurie explains how to overcome fear or embarrassment -- and tackle those situations in which we must share our diagnosis.
Diagnosed with JRA at age 13, high school senior Taylor prepares for college.
I'm nearing the end of my freshman year in college and I still don't know what I want to do. Pressure is coming at me from all sides. I don't know what to do. -- Billy in Birmingham
My boyfriend had to return to France, where's he from (we met while he studied here in America). I miss him terribly and can't stop thinking about him. The distance and uncertainty are hurting our relationship. I'm scared I might lose him. I feel lost most days. What should I do? -- Annoyed Adam
My mum passed away about a year ago. She was such a joy, always the life of the party. So much has felt empty since that time, and I oftentimes find myself lost in remembrance, in sorrow. Friends have said I need to move on, but I don't even know in which direction to point my compass. -- Callie in Cardiff
Creak suspects foul play in his own home.
Uh-oh. Seth gets a Nintendo Wii ...
Dr. Laurie explains how denying our reality prevents us from finding happiness.
Creak wakes up ... happy?
My mother has a death grip on my life and is digging her claws in deeper. Not surprisingly, I'm miserable. What do I do? -- Overwhelmed Ollie