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Teenage Temper Tantrum

Teenage Temper Tantrum

One minute your teenage daughter is having a relaxed, happy conversation with her friend on the phone. The next, she stumbles over an algebra problem and is — instantly — as angry as you've seen her. She flings her pencil across the room, stomps up to...

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Bored Teenagers

Bored Teenagers

Teenagers can be hard to please. They get bored easy, and may quickly lose interest in a project that they have started. So what kinds of things for bored teenagers can you come up with to do? There are many tips that can help your teen relieve that boredom,...

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Essence of Christian Parenting

Essence of Christian Parenting

Christian parenting advice that is based on sound Biblical truths is hard to find in this tainted world. There is a lot of rubbish around about how to raise a family, but as a Christian parent, you just can’t trust all of it. Love. Love is many a thing,...

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Teenagers Anger

Teenagers Anger

“That’s not fair” is a frequently heard complaint from kids. In fact, it is often the pinnacle of their anger. At this point, kids want to be able to explain the problem and their feelings. They want to feel heard. They want their feelings to be accepted....

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Is Your Teenager a Quitter?

Is Your Teenager a Quitter?

Is your son or daughter a chronic quitter? A teen-ager who cannot resist getting involved in every new activity that comes along; and one who badgers you for paraphernalia he needs to participate, only to lose interest and drop out after the first or...

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Teenagers Borderline Personality

Teenagers Borderline Personality

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a personality disorder defined in DSM-IV and described as a prolonged disturbance of personality function in a person (generally over the age of eighteen years, although it is also found in adolescents), characterized...

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Siblings Without Rivalry

Siblings Without Rivalry

Sibling rivalry is a normal, healthy part of life. No matter how well-behaved siblings are, they will occasionally fight or argue with each other. The severity and frequency of sibling rivalry depends on many things, including age difference, personality,...

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Teenagers: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Teenagers: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

What Is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder? Everyone feels anxiety, fear, uncertainty, or worry at some time. These normal emotions and reactions help people protect themselves, stay safe, and solve problems. Usually these feelings don't last long and don't...

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Teenagets Academic Stress

Teenagets Academic Stress

Nowadays, almost everyone is more than familiar with stress. They're accustomed to it, and it's no surprise to hear young people complaining how much they wish it would go away. I'm no exception. Looking back upon my high school and middle school years,...

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Teenagers Motivation for Academic Success

Teenagers Motivation for Academic Success

When your child is having trouble in school, it's never right to assume it's from lack of trying. There are a number of reasons why your child may not be doing as well as he could. Maybe he lacks the motivation he needs to keep going when assignments...

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