High School and it’s Variables

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It is amazing how fast things can change; how pure innocence can turn to arrogance and adventuresome. It seems up until your first year in high school, you feel safe from anything. You are preoccupied with life as how you knew it from the start, when in school you’re intrigued to hear rumors in junior […]

Teens of the 90s vs. Teens of the 00s

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Only a decade apart, striking differences are glaring between these two batches of youth. We can say that the past two decades brought dynamic changes in cultural touchstones, social reactions, career and familial outlooks, as well as world views. In short the teens of the last two decades are pretty much different from what they […]

Dealing with Slumping Grades: Quick View over Causes and Signs

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Health problems. Make sure that you have your teenager examined by a physician as soon as possible. Depression. If your teen is severely depressed, he or she won’t care about their grades anymore. This can also be a cry for help and your teenager may be considering suicide. Again, it’s imperative that you have your […]

How Parents should be Motivating Teenagers?

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It seems that the most important factor in your being able to influence your teenager is the strength of your relationship with him or her. When there is a good parent/child relationship, a teen is more apt to have a healthy view of life and will be easier to motivate than others. If a parent […]

How Teenagers and Grandparents can Bond?

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This can create some unfortunate gaps in the experiences of children growing up in those families.Teenagers and grandparents actually have wonderful bonds if they have the opportunity to spend time together. Teenagers truly enjoy stories about the mis-steps of their own parents, and grandparents are usually quite willing to oblige! In addition to such tales […]