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Tips For Girls: How To Survive Teenage Years

 

Source: mnn.com

Children usually can’t wait to grow up and start living life the way they like it. Little do they know that being an adult is so much harder than being a child. Adulthood involves a lot of decision making and there is no safety net that will save you when something goes wrong.

Your teenage years are your initiation into adulthood. During these years, you are given a trial version of how to live your life as an adult. You will be given some responsibilities but at the same time, you are given a leeway to find your way to develop your standards, to commit minor mistakes and to decide which path to follow once you are an adult.

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Youth Counseling For Delinquent Teens

Being a teen can be an overwhelming phase in someone’s life. As teenagers, they are not children anymore, but they are still not adults as well. There’s a blurry line in defining the extent of their freedom and responsibilities. Hence, teens are most likely very vulnerable in adapting new behaviors. That is why it is still important to keep an eye on them.

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Depression In Children Below 10 – Is This Possible?

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If you think that depression is experienced by adults alone, well, you’re wrong. Teens, tweens, young children, toddlers and even babies can suffer from this treatable mental health disorder. Yes, it is possible and it is very common too. Children, like their parents, can get extremely sad to the point of being depressed.

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