Online therapy is a new form of counseling that not only adults but also teenagers are looking into – and for a valid reason. After all, the age range of youngsters who develop depression or anxiety continues to expand, but how people think about others who obtain psychological help has not changed much in some places. The troubled kids tend to feel more isolated, especially when the bullies figure out their issues and use it to make fun of them. Thus, the situation may not become tensed at all if the only folks who know about the mental health problem are the adolescent, their family, and the online therapist.Continue Reading "Social Norms That Are Worth Breaking Early"
“You are so lucky to be born when life is easy, and your family can give you everything you want.” Isn’t that a comment that a lot of Millennials often have to put up with while growing up? I was once a teenager myself – a part of the so-called Generation X. I was 5…Continue Reading “How To Avoid Letting Depression Overthrow Your Future”
It is extremely rare to meet a teenager who never went through the awkward stage. That usually happens during puberty when your body goes through a series of physical changes due to hormones. The boys’ voice cracks before it deepens, thus causing them not to want to talk much until the transformation is complete. The…Continue Reading “Helping Yourself Cope With Social Anxiety Disorder”
Going through adolescence is not a simple walk in the park for girls. Your parents expect you to know the wrong choices from the right ones. They want you to excel at school, do your chores at home, and possibly get a job in the summer. Then, there are the aspects of finding real friends,…Continue Reading “Why Teenage Pregnancy Became Prevalent In The Past”
A child who used to love being the center of their parents’ attention changes during adolescence. When the mom asks where you are going in the middle of the night, you might say you will attend a group study even though you are actually going to a friend’s party. When the dad wants you to…Continue Reading “Parental Obligations That Teens Need To Accept”
You don’t have to travel the world to know how much teens can do to please their peers. Some learn how to smoke, snort drugs, or participate in sexual activity early. Others tend to commit a criminal offense because their so-called friends asked them to do so. When the time comes to pay for their…Continue Reading “Why A Teenager Like You Should Never Give In To Peer Pressure”
Whether people see teenage couples in the silver screen or online media platforms, many cannot help but swoon for their relationship. Young love always seems so sweet, after all. The lovebirds talk about and share their dreams with each other. They do not have to deal with various responsibilities like adults. It gives them a…Continue Reading “Things To Think About Before Allowing Teens To Start Dating”
Ever since you can remember, your parents, aunts, uncles, and teachers have all probably been teaching you the basics of common courtesy. For instance, they might say, “Honey, when we reach your grandpa’s house, you should greet and kiss everyone there on the cheek.” Whenever you go to school, the adults might tell you to “share your stuff with your classmates.” They may even want you to befriend and be kind to everyone in the class.Continue Reading "What Teens Should Never Say Sorry For"