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Sex, drugs, rock and roll – these have always been considered the big evils for teens around the world, throughout time. But what if they’re not? What if there is some other underlying principle in the subconscious that ‘tells us’ something is a good idea or not?
When you’re out looking for your first job, it’s a total contradiction because most workplaces you will approach are looking for someone with experience. But how are you supposed to get experience without a job??!
No doubt, we all know volunteering can pay off – whether it’s something we declare on our CV, or mention in passing at a job interview, or to a friend who may have an opportunity for us.
Throughout a teen’s life, and perhaps during your time when you were growing up, no child can forget the angry phrase muttered by their parents that leaves you helpless with confusion and worry “Why don’t you just grow up”.
Easier said than done.
Bullying has been rising at an alarming rate around the world. But it’s not the usual traditional playground bullying that’s got parents and teachers worried – it’s the stuff that happens outside of the playground, and usually, outside of school hours.
This topic is very personal for me at this point in time.
Peer pressure if a big issue for teens. Actually, even when you grow up, the concept of peer pressure still lingers throughout your entire life. Should I wear this tie with this shirt, or will there be back chat in the office? What will my friends think if I make this cake?
There comes a time in every parent’s life when you sit back and realize just how much your child has grown up.
So you have a teen. The subject of parties is likely to come up at your place at some point.
There are two scenarios:
Them throwing some raging party while you’re away, or having a party while you’re there.
Many people out there are scared of the internet. They’re scared of its power, but hey, if Superman hid his powers from the world, he wouldn’t be able to help anyone at all!