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TeenHelp August 3rd 2019 01:31 PM
Overcoming anxiety when swallowing pills By Cassie (cynefin) While some people don't think twice when it is time to take a medication, others find it to be a big source of anxiety. A lot of adults and children alike are able to swallow pills, but there are more people than commonly thought who cannot. Pill swallowing anxiety can be caused by previous bad experiences. Some have difficulty because as children, they are taught to not put non-food items in their mouths. Some pills (such as...
TeenHelp August 3rd 2019 01:26 PM
Solo: A Star Wars Story review By Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) Solo: A Star Wars Story was released last year and I have had the pleasure of seeing it. The movie gives us more information about Han Solo. Han Solo was a major character in the original Star Wars Trilogy. The movie begins with Han and his girlfriend, Kira, trying to escape their home planet because they are being mistreated and forced to work for someone they do not want to. Han and Kira are trying really hard to escape but are...
cynefin August 3rd 2019 01:22 PM
Ugly by Margaret McHeyzer By Cassie (cynefin) source] Ugly by Margaret McHeyzer is a sad yet enlightening story about a woman named Lily and her journey out of abusive living situations. Throughout the book, Lily is put into abusive situations and struggles with denial and not feeling worthy enough to deserve better treatment. Being a survivor myself, I think this book did a good job portraying physical, sexual, and emotional abuse. The characteristics of emotional ...
TeenHelp December 4th 2017 01:57 AM
Baked holiday treats for your pets By Chantal (WretatsyRemedial) Holidays are about sharing delicious treats and spending time with one another including our pets. Our pets might enjoy receiving special homemade treats during this time. These treats can also be a great gift for those who have pets. This article will go over how to make healthy, homemade treats for your pets and for loved ones who have a pet they'd like to spoil. Baked bird treats This is a special treat for...
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TeenHelp July 5th 2019 03:33 PM
Learning disabilities: What they are and why itís okay to have one By Kylie M. I am pretty open about the fact that I have dyscalculia, a specific learning disability in the area of mathematics. Over the years, Iíve learned a lot about my disability and how it affects me personally, but there is one thing that stands out among the rest, that I really wish someone would have told me in my younger years: that itís okay to be learning disabled. In fact, itís more than okay! Sometimes itís...
TeenHelp July 5th 2019 03:29 PM
White Stag: A review By Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) White Stag, by Kara Barbieri, is a novel about seventeen year old Janneke who is taken captive by an evil goblin named Lydian. While being held captive by Lydian she is subjected to a lot of cruel things. After a while of being held captive she is forced to work for his nephew, Soren. The novel focuses on Janneke trying to cope with the abuse she was forced to endure at the hands of Lydian. This novel has trigger warnings for...
TeenHelp July 5th 2019 03:26 PM
Bitterness bites: know how to bite back By Cassie (cynefin) Bitterness, or an intense type of anger, may surface if someone has experienced a lot and has had difficulty remaining positive. It also surfaces if people are unable to cope in the face of stressful events. People are often bitter when they feel they have been wronged; they might be entirely bitter or use bitterness with sarcasm or humor. Bitterness can be reserved for a certain person, group (of people or an organization), a...
TeenHelp July 5th 2019 03:24 PM
Organ donation: the gift of life By Brittany (.Brittany.) In 2016, approximately 260 people died waiting for organ transplants in Canada and that number keeps increasing each year. There were 474 liver transplants completed, but at the end of the year there were still 329 people waiting and 78 had already died waiting source]. Unfortunately, some deaths occur suddenly or early, not giving the person time to discuss with their families what their wishes are when it comes to donating ...
Mel December 1st 2009 08:19 AM
Article featured in Avatar - Volume 3, Issue 5 (November 2009). Top 10 Things to do When You're Bored by Mel Are you bored? If you are and donít know what to do, this top 10 list is for you! Here are some things you can do in your spare time to make time fly by: 1) Go out! When there's nothing else to do, there's nothing better than getting in a little extra activity. So go for a walk, go for a run, visit your favorite coffee shop, meet up with some friends or do anything your heart...
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TeenHelp June 1st 2019 01:17 PM
What is neurodiversity? By Anonymous The neurodiversity movement means a lot of different things to a lot of different people, but no matter whom you ask, there is one thing that everyone agrees on: it is about acceptance. Specifically, it asserts that differences in neurotype are the result of natural variations in the human genome and not something that needs to be changed or eradicated (ďNeurodiversity,Ē n.d.). While the medical model of disability Ė the most common paradigm for...
TeenHelp June 1st 2019 01:07 PM
Healthy weight loss: how to get an accurate reading on the scale By Cassie (cynefin) source] For some people losing weight, getting accurate readings on the scale is difficult and sometimes daunting. A lot of different factors contribute to the scale's accuracy changing. This article is going to take a look at how to weigh yourself in order to receive the closest number to your actual weight that you can. Choosing a scale
TeenHelp June 1st 2019 12:55 PM
Binge Eating Disorder: An interview with a friend in recovery By Frankie (_Headphones_) Binge Eating Disorder (BED) is categorized by binges, or consuming larger quantities of food; more food than the body needs to function, without purging it (self-induced vomiting) afterwards. Like many issues, BED is unfortunately misunderstood. I did this interview with my friend to refute some of these misunderstandings, and give people a look into what it is like to live with BED. Tell...
TeenHelp June 1st 2019 12:52 PM
The silent treatment: a cycle of control By Cassie (cynefin) The silent treatment, or stonewalling, is when one person responds to another with silence for an extended period of time. These times of silence can last days, weeks, or even months before they are broken. The person who is receiving the silence typically does not know what they did wrong; the person giving the silence usually breaks it and acts as though nothing has occurred. One experience of the silent treatment is...
TeenHelp May 5th 2019 02:57 PM
7 myths of Fibromyalgia By Cassie (cynefin) source] Fibromyalgia is a musculoskeletal disorder that is known for causing widespread pain in those who have it. It carries other symptoms along with it, such as brain fog ("fibro fog") exhaustion, headaches, light sensitivity, and many more. Unfortunately, fibromyalgia is widely misunderstood and sometimes stereotyped and this article aims to refute some of the myths. Myth: Fibromyalgia does not exist.
TeenHelp May 5th 2019 02:55 PM
The Benefits of Blogging By Anonymous Blogging has come a long way since it first began back in the mid 1990s. During that time period, before the Internet really begun to take off, blogging was limited to a small community such as university students. Today, blogging is worldwide, across various platforms, with targeted audiences for almost every niche you can imagine. It may be restricted to family and friendsóin which the blog would be marked privateóit could be for business and...



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