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Triggering (SH):Sexual self-harm
TeenHelp May 5th 2016 08:37 PM
This article has been labeled as triggering, particularly on the subject of rape or abuse. The contents of this article might therefore not be suitable for certain sensitive users. Please take this into consideration before continuing to read. Sexual self-harm By Cassie (Cassado) Self-harm is anything you do with the intention of harming yourself. Some common forms of self-harm include scratching, cutting, burning, or bruising. Sexual self-harm is just as common, but it is not...
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TeenHelp July 31st 2020 03:15 PM
Law enforcement: an insight into policing By Emma (Golfing girl) When you hear the words 'Law enforcement' you think of so many things. They are the ones who protect us from harm no matter what is happening. People who take on these jobs are putting their lives out there for us so that we can be safe. Some of them may not make it back to their own families and they still go to work everyday. Being a police officer is hard on that person and their family too, you never know when your last...
TeenHelp July 9th 2020 04:54 PM
Flourless peanut butter cookies By Emma (Golfing girl) If you can't have flour because you are allergic or you just would like to have peanut butter cookies without flour, then this is a lovely one to try. They are also really easy to make. Ingredients
TeenHelp June 30th 2020 10:03 PM
Please don't stare By Emma (Golfing girl) What do you do when you see someone in a wheelchair? Do you stare at them or do you keep walking by and mind your own business? When someone is in a wheelchair it can be from a horrible accident, they can have a physical injury, for example they are paralyzed or they have a cancerous tumor growth or an infection or frostbite. When someone is in a wheelchair it is not only hard on them but also their family too. They may need your help to get around...
TeenHelp June 20th 2020 03:40 PM
The art of ballet By Emma (Golfing girl) Ballet is an amazing style of dance. When you see a ballet performance, you feel the story that they are telling you. You do not want to talk during this because no matter what performance you see, they have you on the edge of your seat and you don't want it to end. There are three styles of ballet, they are American, Russian and French. The American is known for big movement, they are fast and they also focus more on modern techniques. The...
TeenHelp May 31st 2020 09:48 PM
10 quiet activities to do when your surroundings seem too loud By Cassie (cynefin) On any given day, the world, the people around you, or your own thoughts can seem too loud and overwhelming. When everything overpowers your own thoughts, it might help to choose a quiet activity to slow down and block out the negativity. Get outside when you can. Take a walk around your neighborhood, or find a local trail to hike at. Pay attention to all the little things: the trees blowing in the wind,...
TeenHelp May 23rd 2020 09:56 AM
Tips to Working out in Your Teenage Years By Paisley Hansen (guest author) Your teenage years are your most productive. During this period, youíre discovering yourself and what you like and donít like. Youíre also very conscious about how you look. Choosing an exercise to keep you fit or help you lose weight could be hard because youíve never done it before. Luckily, there are ways to go about it, and they are outlined in the following tips. Eat Healthy Foods You need strength...
TeenHelp May 22nd 2020 02:16 PM
Volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House By Emma (Golfing girl) The Ronald McDonald House is a place where families can stay when a baby, child or teenager is very sick and needs a lot of treatment to help save them. This house is next to the hospital so everyone can be close to the family member who is hospitalized. This is a place you can call home because you need a place to stay for a while. It is a huge house with a lot of rooms to stay in, laundry rooms, and a dining room for...
TeenHelp April 26th 2020 01:37 PM
What are hypoallergenic earrings? By Emma (Golfing girl) Hypoallergenic earrings are a type of earrings that are made for people who have sensitive ears. They are made out of silver, copper, titanium, sterling silver, and 18k gold. The regular earrings are made out of wood, plastic, glass and a lot more irritants in them that many people don't even think about, they look cute so they wear them. If you have sensitive ears and you wear regular earrings, you may have an allergic reaction...
TeenHelp April 26th 2020 01:25 PM
How to support a grieving friend By Charlie (Counted Heart.) It can be difficult to see a friend in pain, and even more so when youíre unsure of what you can do to help them. While every personís experience with grief is unique and itís important to tailor your support to the personís specific situation and individual needs, here are some things you should keep in mind and some general advice you can follow to start helping your friend through their journey with grief. Even if you have...
TeenHelp April 11th 2020 01:54 AM
How to make birdís nest cupcakes By Cassie (cynefin) Easter is usually a highlight for many as it is typically spent with friends and family. The COVID-19 quarantine will make for a different experience this year. If youíre home, have the ingredients in your pantry, and youíre looking for something to do, try making these cupcakes. You will need the following: Cupcake/cake mix of your choice Ingredients to add to cake mix as per instructions on the box
TeenHelp March 29th 2020 06:44 AM
Ways to cope with heightened anxiety during the Coronavirus By Cassie (cynefin) From being unable to find items you need, to being worried about friends and family, the Cornavirus is currently a major source of stress around the world. Looking after yourself and those you care about during this time is especially important. Here are some ways to ease stress during this time. Limit your exposure to the news and social media. It can be helpful to know what's going on worldwide, or locally,...
TeenHelp March 12th 2020 11:57 PM
How to make kale chips: an alternative to the traditional potato chip By Cassie (cynefin) Kale, sometimes called leaf cabbage, is a dark green and leafy vegetable. Kale is typically dark green, but it can also have purple leaves. Kale is known for containing fiber and Vitamin K, but it also has calcium and iron among other nutrients. Kale is used in salads and soups, but it can also be baked into a chip. Kale chips tend to be versatile because a variety of oils and seasonings can be...
TeenHelp December 2nd 2019 04:55 AM
The controversy behind the song 'Baby, It's Cold Outside' By Cassie (cynefin) Baby, It's Cold Outside is a song that is commonly heard around the holidays. As the holiday season is already underway, people have gathered their thoughts again and have started to talk about the true meaning behind the song. Some believe that the song is fine as it is, where others feel as though it is an assault song; some radio stations don't even play it. Baby, It's Cold Outside was written by a man named...
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TeenHelp December 2nd 2019 04:51 AM
8 holiday gifts you can make By Cassie (cynefin) source] Thinking of gifts to buy for others can be a challenge: it can be hard to think of an item, or it may be difficult to stretch your budget while being satisfied with the gifts you're giving. The list below shows a few items you can make on your own. Some of these gifts contain smaller items that can be bought and combined to create a gift with different touches. Make a dish baked good, or something for later. If you are...



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