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TeenHelp June 8th 2024 07:05 PM
If you're old enough, apply for temporary jobs, as this is a chance to earn money while gaining valuable work experience that could help secure employment in the future. Volunteering is also a way of acquiring experience, but giving back to the community, helping others, and feeling good about your efforts at the same time. Many of your hobbies may have been cast aside to make time for school commitments. Here is your chance to rediscover an enjoyable past time, or try something that you've...
TeenHelp March 7th 2024 07:58 AM
Understanding and coping with migraines By Dez (Ennui.) and Emmie (Arabesque- golfing girl.) What are migraines and who gets them? Migraines are a type of severe headache which can affect anyone at any age. Sometimes you can feel them coming on (known as an aura), and other times you will wake up to them and it takes a while for them to go away. Migraines can cause symptoms such as sensitivity to light and sound, nausea and vomiting, pain, and more. According to the American Migraine...
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TeenHelp April 4th 2024 05:02 PM
Procrastination is a habit that can be detrimental to your studies, career and personal life. Like all habits, procrastination will take time to overcome, but here are some strategies to help you get started. To overcome procrastination, you first need to understand why you procrastinate. Is it fear of failure? Do you lack the energy or the resources needed to complete the task? Is the task so big that you feel overwhelmed? Do you lack the motivation? Depending on your reason for...
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TeenHelp March 26th 2024 11:03 AM
Resume supplement. Having volunteer experience, especially in the field you want to get a career in, can add bulk to your resume and give you more of an edge when trying to get hired. Even if you only volunteer a few hours each week, it will help you stand out in job applications. Volunteer experience on a resume shows that you are active in your community and care about others. Networking. Sometimes, volunteering can lead to a job later on. If they don't have any job openings, volunteering...
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TeenHelp March 6th 2024 07:55 AM
Ask what they need. Without realizing it, we sometimes project what we would need in a similar situation onto the other person and forget that different people are helped in different ways. Even if they say something that goes against your natural tendencies, such as wanting space when you think talking it out is the better option, make an effort to give them what they think is best suited for their coping process. There will also be times that people don't know the answer to this question and...
TeenHelp February 27th 2024 07:35 AM
Make sure your car is stocked up with a de-icer, an ice scraper, a small shovel, blanket, torch, phone charger, first aid kit, emergency food and water. Also ensure that your vehicle has a full tank of fuel before setting off. Clear the snow and ice from your vehicle before you drive off. Having snow or ice on your headlights can affect the intensity of the light, which can make it more difficult for people to see you. It is also important to clear any snow off your roof - the snow can either...
TeenHelp January 28th 2024 10:56 AM
Gather your ingredients. To make these pizzas, you will need English muffins, pesto, and cheese and toppings of your choice. Cut your English muffin in half and leave the inside of them facing up. Use a knife or spoon to scoop out a little bit of pesto and spread it on the top. Pesto is thicker than tomato sauce so you will not need a lot of it. Add toppings. Add cheese and toppings of your choice. Pepperoni is a classic topping, but if you want something different or healthier, try different...
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TeenHelp January 13th 2024 11:13 AM
Use a lip balm or a body lotion. Lip balms, skin lotions and facial moisturizers help to provide moisture and then lock it in. Consider using lotions after showering, or before you go to bed. If you are using a particularly thick or greasy hand lotion, consider wearing a pair of gloves after applying the lotion. This helps keep the lotion contained and it allows you to have functionality of your hands. Keep in mind that different brands of lotion work for different people so it may take some...
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TeenHelp December 18th 2023 06:53 AM
You can spend time with your loved ones without doing holiday activities - that way you still get to enjoy their company, without being reminded of the holidays. If there is something specific about the holiday season that you dislike, see what you can do about fixing it. For example, there might be a particular holiday tradition you don't enjoy, and this year you might be able to skip it; or there might be a family gathering you would rather not go to, and this year you could leave earlier...
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TeenHelp May 1st 2023 01:05 PM
How to support someone who self-harms By Charlie (Horsefeathers.) We all want whatís best for our loved ones, and it can be difficult when you find out that someone you care about is engaging in self-harm. You may feel scared or confused, and it can be daunting to know where to start when it comes to providing support for them. Take a look at the points below for some ideas on how best to help. Listen non-judgementally. The person youíre aiming to help is likely...
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TeenHelp June 12th 2022 01:04 PM
An interview with someone who has Bipolar II Anonymous and Chantal (MsNobleEleanor) I had the privilege to interview someone who is diagnosed with Bipolar ll and while discussing the questions we hope that it sheds some light on how Bipolar ll is challenging for someone just like it is for others facing with it today. 1) What are you diagnosed with? I am diagnosed with Bipolar II, Borderline Personality Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and PTSD. 2) Did you know you had...
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TeenHelp May 1st 2023 01:03 PM
Protecting yourself from cyberbullying By Haley (Halcyon) Due to the pandemic, many of us are spending more time at home and using online platforms more frequently; whether it's for work, studying or socialising. While there are many benefits to staying connected with people, it's not without risks. Here are some ways to protect yourself from cyberbullying. Check your privacy settings. Social networking sites can sometimes change their policies, so check the privacy...
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TeenHelp May 1st 2023 01:02 PM
Accessing disability services as a college freshman By Christina (Philomath) Entering college/university is a huge transition for most young adults. Having a disability increases those challenges in most cases. Below are a few tips on how to get started off right as a freshman with appropriate supports. Know what services your college or university offer that will meet your specific needs. Inquire about the schoolís services when deciding on colleges to choose from. Do...
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TeenHelp May 1st 2023 01:09 PM
Overcoming driving anxiety By Charlie (Wingless.) Learning to drive can be a daunting and anxiety-inducing experience. With so many things to keep track of at once itís not uncommon to feel overwhelmed at times, even if you might have been driving for a while. Here are some tips to help manage driving-related anxiety so that you can have a smoother, less stressful ride. Plan ahead. Each time you get behind the wheel, make sure you have at least a rough outline of the...
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