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How to Disagree with Respect

By Marybeth Bock --- No matter how hard we may try to avoid conflict in our life, disagreement will always be a part of it. Therefore, learning how to disagree respectfully is an important life skill to develop while you’re still a teenager. Because the reality is, there are a ...

Ready…Set…Get Fit!

By Cherith Pruitt --- Homework, school, work, friends, parents, sports, boyfriend, girlfriend, college, tests, GPA, stress, anxiety, am I good enough, can I do this, what’s wrong with me, it’s too much! I just want to scream….AAUUGGHH!! Being a teenager is REALLY hard. Adults are always telling you how easy ...

Why Crying is Good for You

By Stephanie Elliot --- Confession: I have cried twice today already. I’m a mom to three young adult children and some of them are currently struggling. There have been lots of tears in this house lately. In the past two months, I have comforted each child during emotional crying episodes. ...