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Next time you’re out grocery shopping, you may want to make a point of stocking up with healthy, high calorie foods for your teen on the go. It turns out, teens need a lot of food [...]
Teenage girls often worry about how others view them, and as a result, they resist expressing their honest feelings for fear of not being accepted. They may continue to talk a lot, but often they express [...]
The connection between advertisements and a healthy body image. Advertisements and Body Image Imagine if the only humans you ever saw were those in advertising. You’d swear there’s only one body type out there – slim [...]
The three limits and boundaries every teen needs. Teens and Limits Times change, as do morals. In the 18 hundreds the moral code dictated that children only spoke when spoken to, and it was scandalous for [...]
Why time in the great outdoors brings families closer together. Camping with Kids There’s something about camping as a family that is truly special. Time just seems to slow down when we’re in Mother Nature, and [...]
The positive side of peer pressure. Teens, Friends and School So often we hear about the downside of peer pressure such as teens succumbing to bad behavior when they get mixed up with the wrong crowd. [...]
A new study has found that 38% of US boys in middle and high school use protein supplements, and 6% admit to trying steroids in the hopes of building muscle mass. While the dangers of steroids [...]
Are you concerned about your teen’s friends? You may be wondering if the time has come to speak up and express your concerns. Teens & Bad Friends If your teen is getting into a little trouble, [...]
How teaching our teens to drive can bring us closer to our kids. Teen Driving If there is one thing most teens long to do, it’s learn to drive. And since learning to drive requires the [...]
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