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  • Confidence for Teens


    Confidence means believing in yourself and in your abilities – not in an arrogant way, but in a realistic, secure way.

  • Shyness for Teens


    Shyness is extremely common, especially among teens. But lots of mild to moderate shyness melts away with practice and familiarity, making social situations easier and easier to handle each time.

  • Your Child's Self-Esteem for Parents


    Strong self-esteem is a child's armor against the challenges of the world. Here's how to build healthy self-esteem in your kids.

  • Being Your Best Self for Teens


    Just as our bodies grow and mature, another natural part of our development is discovering and learning who we are. So how do we “find ourselves”? Where does identity come from? This section provides some answers.

  • Assertiveness for Teens


    Assertiveness is the ability to speak up for yourself in a way that is honest and respectful. But it doesn't come naturally to everyone. Find out if you're too passive, too aggressive, or just assertive enough.

  • Leaving Your Child Home Alone for Parents


    It's natural for parents to be a bit anxious when first leaving kids without supervision. But you can feel prepared and confident with some planning and a couple of trial runs.

  • Therapy for ADHD for Teens


    Therapy is part of the treatment for most people diagnosed with ADHD. This article is for teens who want to know what to expect from therapy and how it works for ADHD.

  • Dealing With Feelings When You're Overweight for Teens


    If a person is struggling with extra weight, it can add to the emotional ups and downs of being a teen. Get some tips on coping here.

  • Helping Kids When They Worry for Parents


    All kids worry at times, and some may do so more than others. But parents can help kids manage it and tackle everyday problems with ease. Find out how.

  • Diabetes: Getting Comfortable With a New Babysitter for Parents


    If you haven’t used a babysitter since your child was diagnosed with diabetes, you might have some questions about what to do. Here’s how to be prepared.