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TeenHelp September 14th 2016 06:42 PM

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TeenHelp September 9th 2016 12:45 PM
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...
TeenHelp September 9th 2016 12:41 PM
Creative ways to deal with writer's block By Cassie (Cassado) Writer's block is when a writer feels like they cannot write a new piece or continue something they're already working on. It can be discouraging, frustrating, and for many, a lengthy process that leaves writers feeling like their writing may never continue. This article will talk about a few ways for you to exercise your mind while on the journey to beat writer's block. Everyone's writing process is different, so what works for...
TeenHelp September 9th 2016 12:36 PM
The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah By Jenna (~Abibliophobe~) The Nightingale is a fictional story about loss, redemption and forgiveness. It focuses on two sisters, Vianne and Isabelle, during World War II. At the heart of this novel is a story about love, in particular what people will do to save those they love. The sisters are described as being exceptionally different but through the course of the book you come to realize that there are a number of similarities between them. It is...
TeenHelp August 10th 2016 01:40 AM
Delivering a eulogy By Cassie (Cassado) Eulogies are meant to honor the deceased while giving comfort and closure to their loved ones. While being asked to deliver a eulogy is an honor, it can feel overwhelming for many people. Some people don't like public speaking, while others fear struggling with their emotions while speaking. This article will discuss a few tips to help you give a eulogy. Practice as much as you feel you're able to. If you can, stand up while practicing...
TeenHelp August 10th 2016 01:38 AM
Still Alice by Lisa Genova By Jenna (~Abibliophobe~) Still Alice is a novel about a woman (Alice) who is diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease. Over the course of the novel we see the character's memory and self awareness deteriorate due to the disease. The story is told from Alice’s point of view and it clearly depicts the deterioration that occurs due to Alzheimer’s disease. In the beginning of the novel we learn about how accomplished Alice is in her...
TeenHelp August 10th 2016 01:37 AM
Self-harm first aid kit By Cassie (Cassado) Note: This article does not encourage self-harm in any way. It is a resource that makes suggestions on what you can use to help you take care of your body if you do self-harm. The following information is not professional advice and should not be used to replace professional medical attention. Many people struggle with self-harm, but not as many take care of their injuries. People are often scared to seek help, or are unable to seek ...
TeenHelp July 12th 2016 09:08 PM
Recycling crayons By Cassie (Cassado) Crayons are popular with people of all ages. Children, teens, and adults use them for coloring books, canvases, and projects of all kinds. The possibilities and color combinations are endless. Crayons can be fragile and easily broken if you grip them too hard when you’re lost in the creative process. Broken crayons are often unused and put in the trashcan or discarded in a junk drawer. However, crayons can be reused to add even more color or...
TeenHelp July 12th 2016 09:05 PM
Effective ways to organize rooms By Chantal (Atropos) We all have moments when we realize our home isn't very organized or it's very cluttered. It's important to have an organized space to work and live in, as having a cluttered and messy space can affect how we see things and can reduce our motivation. Here are a few tips and tricks for each room to keep them clutter free and organized. Living room: Have a book shelf or CD rack to place your favourite movies and CDs so you have...
TeenHelp July 12th 2016 09:03 PM
The Basics of Intersexism By Nicole (eumoirous) The Intersex Society of North America defines intersexism as “a general term used for a variety of conditions in which a person is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that doesn’t seem to fit the typical definitions of female or male.” Typically, intersex individuals are born with ambiguous genitalia, however they can also appear a certain sex on the outside, but have the opposite sex’s anatomy on the inside. They are usually...
TeenHelp June 3rd 2016 06:10 AM
Facing your abuser By Cassie (Cassado) Whether you're expecting to or not, facing your abuser can bring up a lot of difficult feelings and memories. Feelings such as anxiety, anger, or numbness may arise. Intense self-destructive urges or past memories can resurface, even if you thought you had already worked through them. This article is going to discuss how to handle running into your abuser, or how to cope with seeing them on a regular basis. It's a small world and many people...

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