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10 Reasons Troubled Teens End Up At Residential Treatment Centers

“I don’t want to go! You honestly think that I’m crazy, and I’m not!” Your teen tells you right before she hangs up the phone. As an organization that helps families find the right residential treatment centers for their troubled teens, we recognize that convincing your upset teen to enroll in a center might be […]

Vloggers, Fitness Models, and Influencers: Careers and Teens in the 21st Century

Over the years, the careers that teens see as a possibility for their future have changed. With the rise of social media, teenagers now turn to vlogging, modeling, and influencing as a form of work. You might be wondering, what do I do if my teen thinks they’ll become a social media influencer, and what […]

Why Teens Commit Juvenile Crimes and How to Prevent Them From Doing So

“If you want to bring a fundamental change in people’s belief and behavior […] you need to create a community around them, where those new beliefs can be practiced and expressed and nurtured” -Malcolm Gladwell in The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference. A strong community with the same values often […]

Why Teen’s Act Out Due to Popularity

Greasers vs. Socs. Jocks vs. Nerds. Goths, mean girls, and the Dungeon and Dragons crew are all examples of teen cliques from the past. But do you know what popularity looks like amongst teens today? Or the underlying behaviors that contribute to this popularity? In this article, we will discuss teen popularity and what parents […]

The Dangers of Teen Exposure to Online Misinformation

“There is a simple way to package information that, under the right circumstances, can make it irresistible. All you have to do is find it.” –Malcolm Gladwell, The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference In The Tipping Point, a book that we’ve referenced a few times because of its social impact […]

The Inner-Chatter: Reframing Negative Thoughts and Emotions

“Most people are still completely identified with the incessant stream of mind, of compulsive thinking” -Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth Now that we’ve completed a series on negative thinking, it’s time to explore why your teen might be having negative thoughts and emotions and ways to help your teen reframe these thoughts. While there are […]

The Good and Bad of Viral Challenges

Viral challenges. What words and ideas come to your mind when you hear those words? Viral challenges have a reputation of being either completely good or bad. In this article, you’ll learn about the viral challenges common nowadays, the pros and cons of these challenges, and what you can do to help your troubled teen […]

Negative Thinking Patterns: Magnifying and Minimizing

Negative Thinking Patterns: Magnifying and Minimizing “I hear a thousand kind words about me And it makes no difference Yet I hear one insult And all confidence shatters. -focusing on the negative” –Rupi Kaur in her book of poems The Sun and Her Flowers. In Rupi Kaur’s book of poems The Sun and Her Flowers, […]

Negative Thinking Patterns: Labelling & Personalization

Negative Thinking Patterns: Labelling & Personalization “If you have secretly longed for significance, the journey does not begin out there in the world, But deep within, where you embrace Your honest self.” –Morgan Harper Nichols in her book of poems, All Along You Were Blooming Morgan Harper Nichols, who is often referred to as an […]

Negative Thinking Patterns: Fortune Telling

“The only thing that truly matters Is how often you say On your journey, “This, all of this, is for me.” — Nikita Gill in her book of poems, Wild Embers: Poems of Rebellion, Fire, and Beauty As Nikita Gill points out in her book of poems that center on mental health and young people, […]

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