Weightless Your Positive Body Image Starter Kit

Too many children today learn to worry about their weight which can cause many body image problems that can be extremely difficult to reverse. Having a positive body image is key for your physical, mental, and emotional health. Check out these helpful articles that will allow you to better yourself mentally, emotionally, and physically! CLICK […]

I No Longer Feel Worthless

“I no longer feel worthless” ~After years of being teased, the support Tanya, 14, got at a new school helped her overcome her fears of being bullied. Friendship is key to eliminating bullying. CLICK HERE to check out this great story!. LA Youth » I no longer feel worthless After years of being teased, […]

A Bad Decision At Age 14

Teen Ink published a touching article about a young boy who lost his grandmother to cigarettes. He expresses his negative thoughts and feelings about the government allowing cigarettes to be legal. This is a call for action. CLICK HERE to check out this must read article! A Bad Decision at Age 14 | Teen Health […]

Inspiration and Chai

When people get close to the end of their lives, they are faced with many regrets and struggles. Common regrets range from not having better relationships to not having a happier lifestyle. Consider advice from the elderly, and learn how better decisions can help you avoid regrets and foster happiness for your future! CLICK HERE […]

Self-Exploration: Getting To Know Thyself | World of Psychology

Self-exploration is truly important in developing a healthy mind, body, and future. We must consistently tune into ourselves and ask why we feel what we feel and why we act the way we do, to help understand and accept ourselves for who we are. Click Here to check out this helpful article for great tips. […]

Talking to Your Parents – or Other Adults

Sometimes teens face many serious topics that are uncomfortable to discuss with their parents. If you’re a teen, check out this link for some tips about building a good relationship with your parents. Turn your feelings into words and talk! Whether it’s an everyday issue like schoolwork or an emergency situation, these tips can help […]

STOP cyberbullying: What methods work with the different kinds of cyberbullies?

Cyberbullies come in different forms: The Vengeful Angel, The Power-Hungry or Revenge of the Nerds, The Mean Girls, and The Inadvertent Cyberbully or “Because I Can.” Read here to understand more about the underlying reasons of why these bullies cyberbully others.

How Chatroulette Makes it OK to Talk to Strangers

Social Networking and Internet Safety Information A new and potentially dangerous live webcam service, Chatroulette, and a cyberbullying website, Topix, can seriously put your young teen’s life in jeopardy. Parents should be aware about this and other sites and include them in their blocked list! Read about them at and One of the […]

President Obama: It Gets Better

President Obama speaks out against bullying. Our nation is founded on the belief that “all of us are equal and each of us deserves the freedom to pursue our own version of happiness.” Watch it here. As part of the It Gets Better Project, President Obama shares his message of hope and support for LGBT […]

Dialectical Behavior Therapy With Girls in Wilderness – Essays

‎”There is something powerful about simply being in Nature. Time slows, one’s heart rate slows, & the stressors of life often dissolve.” Dialectical Behavior Therapy treats those struggling to manage emotions & destructive behaviors. Go here to read the benefits, & importance of practicing mindfulness. Wilderness provides an excellent setting for girls to practice the […]

Teen Survival Guide: Health Tips for On-the-go Girls

The Teen Survival Guide is a helpful tool for young teenage girls and it provides advice on stress, low self-esteem, troubles planning your future and MORE. Free PDF file at their website. The Teen Survival Guide: Health Tips for On-the-go Girls is a resource guide to inspire healthy behaviors in girls ages 10-16. Some of […]

Is Bullying Scarier Than Terrorism? What You Can Do to Fight It – Tonic

“The biggest fear of parents of children aged 12-17 is neither terrorism nor kidnapping, it’s bullying.” We NEED to stop bullying and it can’t be done by just one person. All should take action as there is a concerned community out there ready to help. Original article » Instead of living in a constant state […]

Gay/lesbian rights pioneer dies | Arkansas Blog

Carol Wagner, who passed away in Tulsa, is a great example for all to follow. Helping the Office of Civil rights to recognize the harassment of gays and lesbians was her mission and her great accomplishment. We all must come forward and make a change just like Carol did. Arkansas Blog | Daily News and […]