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Mental Health Resource Checklists
With these Mental Health Resource Checklists, you don’t need to be an expert to make a difference in the life of a loved one, friend, classmate, or peer.
Two Keys to a Calmer Emotional Life
New studies are investigating why life is such an emotional rollercoaster for certain people, and how to cultivate more stable happiness.
Seven Things Teenagers Desperately Need Adults to Understand
7 ways to quiet your teen’s negative self-talk
How the Teen Brain Transforms Relationships
With a new brain comes a new world. Neuroscience finds that our brains never stop growing – that’s the essence of adolescence!
When Teens Need Their Friends More Than Their Parents
For many parents, the truth is hard to admit: Adolescents begin to rely less and less upon adults in their lives and more heavily on their peers. Starting to let go is difficult. But teens’ reliance on buddies is good for their development and sense of belonging.
Why Emotional Resilience Is a Trait You Can Develop
Emotionally resilient people handle stress and crises more effectively and calmly. Fortunately, emotional resilience is a trait that can be developed.