Tag - teens

The most important factor we need to concern ourselves with when working with teens is our ability to establish trust. Failure to establish trust between ourselves and a teen places a limit right away on how influential or helpful we can be. We want to ask all the questions buzzing around in our brain, or voice all of the concerns we may have,...

By no means am I a relationship expert, far from it believe me. Don’t think for a second that I have everything figured out, I doubt myself about this stuff as much as the next guy. Most of what I’m about to share I learned - usually the hard way. And so my only hope is to help keep you from making the same mistakes. I’m not about mushy...

Alright everyone, full disclaimer – this is NOT my area of expertise. I am by no means an expert on relationships, so let this be a test. You read this article and then comment whether or not you agree and why – everyone benefits. Sometimes we find ourselves caught up in a situation that we don’t realize we could’ve prevented had we simply gone...

Teaching young people the value of money is one of the hardest, but most important things a parent or teacher will ever have to do. I have found that teens tend to make the same mistakes when it comes to their personal finances almost universally. And so, I will attempt to address a few of those common issues below and offer a solution, if...

Teens who are 16 and older can readily obtain some form of retail service or hospitality job. Readily, however, does not necessarily mean that it’s easy. In most states, 16 years marks the age that students can begin working. Of course, they are limited to less hours, certain work conditions, and other state requirements.

Work experience is...

What makes someone insecure? And when someone recognizes that insecurity, what prevents them from fighting it off? Allow me to play the ‘know-it-all’ for a few minutes. Most of my writing is generically termed as being motivational. For those of you who have read my articles, you’ll know that most of what I write sounds great, but doesn’t...

People attribute others’ success to many things: luck, opportunity, may be even something as gimmicky as “The Secret”. While things like existing wealth and good connections can help give you a leg up in life -- there’s a common denominator that almost every successful person I’ve talked to shares -- be it in their work, family, or...

“I want you to play this sport, I want you to take that class, you need to get an A on those tests”. STOP. You’ve heard it from almost everyone...parents, coaches, peers -- people always telling you what you should or shouldn’t be doing. What they ‘think’ is in your ‘best interest’. But you know what, whose life are you living? Because if...

Bullying that takes place over the internet, how can that be? Can’t you just close out of the window or sign off? These are the attitudes so commonly taken by parents and educators today. Even some teens themselves fail to understand the implications of Cyber Bullying. Cyber Bullying reaches deeper than just online verbal harassment. The nature...

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