Archive | November, 2012

20 Things Teens Don’t Have To Sweat About-Yet!

Between exams, college applications, friend drama and dating angst, you have enough to worry about as a teenager without constantly stressing out about your future. Although there are some things in high school that can be genuinely anxiety-inducing (the common app! landing a prom date!), other concerns — like a getting a credit card or […]

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Why Fighting Back is not the Answer to Bullying

By Carrie Goldman, Special to CNN Editor’s note: Carrie Goldman is the author of Bullied: What Every Parent, Teacher, and Kid Needs to Know About Ending the Cycle of Fear. Follow her on Facebook or Twitter. Educators and legislators are under pressure to prevent bullying, and many schools are implementing programs such as A Classroom […]

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Teens and Boundaries

By: Katie Luce, LMFT Site Director at Redwood High School Family rules and boundaries can provide a sense of stability to teenagers who are struggling to decipher relationships, roles, and even their own personalities. Although they may protest loudly against structure and boundaries, when they have a hand in what is being asked of them, […]

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