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TeenHelp December 2nd 2016 01:43 PM
Different Game Genres By Chantal (WretatsyRemedial) If you already are a gamer or you are getting into games for entertainment, there are many different types of games out there. The thousands of games and dozens of consoles can make it difficult to choose what to play. This article will cover many different genres of games to help you pick a genre that would best suit your gaming interests. Adventure: Adventure games include interactive story telling by exploring areas...
TeenHelp December 2nd 2016 01:41 PM
The Family Man: A review By Jenna (~Abibliophobe~) The Family Man stars Nicholas Cage and Tea Leoni. It is a movie that focuses on the characters Jack Campbell and Kate. The movie starts with Jack and Kate, who are college sweethearts, saying goodbye because Jack got an internship in London. As Jack is leaving, Kate asks him not to go; Jack promises her that his year in London will not break them up. The scene ends; it is thirteen years later and it is obvious that ...
TeenHelp November 2nd 2016 06:46 PM
Insidious: A review By Jenna (~Abibliophobe~) Insidious is a ghost story that centers on the Lambert family. The movie starts out with the family having just moved to a new house and there are a few strange occurrences that take place such as a missing box, the furnace in the attic going on without anyone touching it and the family hearing noises. Their oldest son, Dalton, goes up to the attic after the door mysteriously opens. He ends up falling off a ladder and hitting his head and...
TeenHelp November 2nd 2016 06:42 PM
Getting through the holiday season By Cassie (Cassado) The holidays are quickly approaching for thousands of people around the globe. They are an exciting time for some, but others are thankful when the holiday season comes to a close. Some people have toxic families, while others struggle with loneliness. This article will suggest different things to try if you're lonely, overwhelmed by spending time with family, nervous about holiday meals, or if the holiday season in itself...
TeenHelp November 2nd 2016 06:30 PM
My personal experience with anxiety By Jenna (~Abibliophobe~) Anxiety is something I have dealt with for many years. I was officially diagnosed with it when I was seventeen and in a psychiatric hospital. I always knew what anxiety was because my dad suffers from it as well. So, the attacks I would have were familiar to me but it was difficult experiencing it myself. I have been prescribed two different medications to deal with it but they aren't always helpful. My anxiety ranges from...
TeenHelp October 4th 2016 12:06 PM
The Orphan Train Movement Jenna (~Abibliophobe~) Between 1854 and 1929, The Orphan Train Movement carried about 250,000 homeless children by train from places such as Boston and New York City to other states within the United States as well as Canada. The trains were not always a luxury, depending on the time in which they were ridden. The very first trains were nothing more than cattle cars with some seats and a bathroom. However, as more money was available, the trains ...
TeenHelp October 4th 2016 11:57 AM
Coping with body memories By Cassie (Cassado) It is thought that the body and its cells can unconsciously store memories of a traumatic experience in addition to the brain storing memories. A body memory occurs when your body remembers an event you have experienced. For instance, if you were sexually assaulted, you may be able to physically feel your abuse reoccurring; if you were in a car accident, your body might relive the pain and shock you felt. Body memories vary; some...
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Debunking the myths of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder By Cassie (Cassado) and Jenny (coolkid98) Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, or OCD, is "an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted and repeated thoughts, feelings, ideas, sensations (obsessions), or behaviors that make them feel driven to do something (compulsions)." source]. OCD is widely known about, but it is also commonly misunderstood. Some of these misunderstandings can make people living with the disorder reluctant to talk...
TeenHelp September 9th 2016 12:43 PM
Understanding why someone may stay with their abuser By Nicole (eumoirous) Note: This article does not encourage staying in an abusive relationship, but rather serves to explain why people may remain in one so that it is easier to be an ally to a loved one who may be going through this situation. Having never been in an abusive relationship, it is easy to see one happening and not understand why the victim does not leave. It can be distressing to watch a friend get mistreated and to feel...

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