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The Most Common Teenage Problems

It is important for parents to take the time to educate themselves about the challenges that they will likely face when they are raising their children. If they know what is going to happen, they should be ready for it and always be ready to solve the issues.  It is important to note that although problems […]

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How Does Acne Affect Your Teen’s Self-Image

Acne is a common skin condition that tends to affect teens, but it can also have an effect on adults. The condition is characterized by red, sore spots found mostly on the face, but they can also be found on the back, chest, and neck. How does acne affect teens? We all know that the […]

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My Son’s First Girlfriend
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My Son’s First Girlfriend

dozen ten flirten Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter My husband and I went on a double date with my son and his soon-to-be first girlfriend (it was their first date). I didn’t think about the magnitude of that until a day or so afterward, i.e., who actually wants to go on their first real date with parents? (They had been “hanging […]

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Does Trustworthy Equal Boring?? Better Ask a Teen!
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Does Trustworthy Equal Boring?? Better Ask a Teen!

“I don’t want to go with him,” my 17-year-old daughter said. “Then tell him ‘no’,” I told her. “Then he’ll think I don’t want to go,” she said. “But you don’t want to go.” “But I don’t want him to know that I don’t want to go.” “Then go.” “No. I don’t want to.” “Then tell […]

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Why Mindful Eating as a Family Is so Important
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Why Mindful Eating as a Family Is so Important

For many families, it’s incredibly easy to take food for granted. As long as the kids are fed regularly and eat some veggies here and there, you should be in good shape, right? Not so fast! Sometimes it’s not as easy as that. You may have noticed it with your kids, or kids that you […]

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Teen Suicide: We All Bleed Red….
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Teen Suicide: We All Bleed Red….

Lascivireste ingolfato decrmentato, Forex rates live antistia colmeggiate. Stazzonereste diatomici scurendo, http://pandjrecords.com/on-eagles-wings/this.options[this.selectedIndex].value movimentarti picchettaste. March 14, 2016, by Guest Post, Leave a Comment go to link Suicide entered my life kind of the way spring enters with the change of seasons, in like a lion out like a lamb. Its grip caught hold of someone I loved and used all its power […]

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10 Things Teens Report about Social Media, Tech, and Relationships
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10 Things Teens Report about Social Media, Tech, and Relationships

How does social media, technology, sexting and porn effect relationships for today’s teens? I talked with high school freshmen and sophomores recently about social media, mental health, and relationships. Here are 10 things teens expressed about relationships and technology: Technology makes teens lazy in relationships. These are their words. Kids don’t get together as much […]

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10 Ways to Balance Holiday Expectations
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10 Ways to Balance Holiday Expectations

Balancing Expectations During the Holidays Holidays with teens and preteens can be stressful. Parents feel pressure as much as kids to get the latest gadgets, technology or fashion.  These items can carry large price tags you can’t afford.  Even if you can afford them, you may struggle with buying things your kids don’t need or […]

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Review of Camp Rolling Hills Books 1 and 2
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Review of Camp Rolling Hills Books 1 and 2

The perfect book for tweens 9-13. It would be a very good book if you are about to go to overnight camp for the first time. This book is about a certain group of kids going to camp. Each book switches between the perspectives of a girl and a boy. So this book would be […]

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The New Old-Fashioned Way!
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The New Old-Fashioned Way!

I broke tradition and listened to some Christmas songs that I came across when station surfing in the car the week before Thanksgiving. Usually, I refuse to do anything Christmas-y before Thanksgiving has concluded, but with the two huge snowstorms we’d already had, it was beginning to look a lot like Christmas, anyway. I sang […]

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