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  • What to Say: Answers for Teens With Autism for Teens


    Knowing what to say comes naturally for some people, but others need some help. Here���s advice for teens who want to learn how to get along with people.

  • What to Say: Answers for Kids With Autism for Kids


    Knowing what to say comes naturally for some kids, but others need some help. Learn how to start a conversation, keep it going, and more.

  • Cutting for Parents


    Cutting isn't new, but this form of self-injury has been in the spotlight more in recent years. Learn more about it and ways to help a teen who cuts.

  • Peer Pressure for Teens


    Responding to peer pressure is part of human nature — but some people are more likely to give in, and others are better able to resist and stand their ground. Find out how to make the right choices for you.

  • Ebola for Parents


    When people with Ebola are correctly diagnosed, isolated, and cared for, the risk of passing the disease to others is low.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): How to Quarantine or Isolate at Home for Parents


    Someone with a positive coronavirus test is infected and is contagious. They will need to stay home to prevent the virus from spreading to others. Here's how to quarantine or isolate at home.

  • Bipolar Disorder for Teens


    Bipolar disorders are one of several medical conditions called depressive disorders that affect the way a person's brain functions. Find out more about bipolar disorder.

  • Coping With Cliques for Teens


    Are you on the outside looking in or the inside wanting out? Find out how to deal with cliques in this article for teens.

  • Emotional Intelligence for Teens


    Just as IQ is a way of being academically smart, emotional intelligence (EQ) is a way of being people-smart. But unlike IQ, we can work on improving our EQ. Here are some tips.

  • Teaching Kids Not to Bully for Parents


    Whether bullying is physical or verbal, if it's not stopped it can lead to more aggressive antisocial behavior - and interfere with a child's success in school and ability to form and sustain friendships.

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