Why do we have this idea that everything has to be okay in our lives and if it's not, we better at least fake that we are okay? Isn't that many people's intentions on social media? People think: let me post all the highlights of my life, never letting others truly see and know what is going on behind closed doors or behind the mask of happiness that I wear...as if our goal in life is to trick others into thinking that we are okay...even when we aren't. How exhausting! Earl
Bullying is one of those topics that gets me fired up. When I hear about it I just want to shout, "CAN'T WE ALL JUST GET ALONG?!" Well, I'm not naive. I know that in the real world, unfortunately, bullies exist, and getting along can be harder than it sounds. Here are some staggering statistics about bullying found on https://www.stopbullying.gov/media/facts/index.html: "In one large study, about 49% of children in grades 4–12 reported being bullied by other students at sc
Relationships can be very challenging, especially parent/teen relationships, but that doesn’t mean these relationships are doomed to fail and be a nightmare for both parties! Understanding the teenage brain can help. Teens are going through a time when their desire for independence increases and their brains are going through significant growth and remodeling. The prefrontal cortex is the part of the brain responsible for solving problems, controlling impulses, planning, and
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