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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...
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...
TeenHelp December 2nd 2019 04:50 AM
How to make red velvet crinkle cookies By Cassie (cynefin) source] I enjoy baking cookies all year long, but I know many people especially like to bake them around the holidays. Red velvet crinkle cookies are versitle and are a fun way to get into the holiday spirit. I bake these around Christmas, Valentine's Day, and throughout the colder months. These can also be turned into bloody eyeballs for Halloween! Know that this recipe is not mine - I use this one. To make these cookies,...
TeenHelp December 2nd 2019 04:49 AM
Activities to help get you into the spirit this holiday season By Cassie (cynefin) source] Even though the holiday season is loved by a lot of people, it is a rather difficult time for others. Some find it easier to get into the spirit than others, and a few might not care for the spirit at all. The loved (yet dreaded) season is on its way - here are a few holiday activities you can do on your own or with others if you want to try increasing your holiday spirit. If not, that's okay...
TeenHelp January 6th 2016 05:49 PM
Helpful hints for training your dog By Chess (Static Wolfie.) Whether you want to go into obedience trials, are looking to have a better-behaved furry member of the household, or just want to do something fun, training your dog can be a very rewarding experience. With all of the information out there, some of which can be difficult to understand or even contradictory to other advice, it can be hard to know where to start. This article will discuss a few things to keep in mind when training...
TeenHelp November 5th 2019 11:49 AM
Autumn themed treats for any occasion - not just Thanksgiving By Cassie (cynefin) Thanksgiving, though not worldwide, is a holiday that is known for gathering with those important people in your life, sharing a meal, talking about what you're thankful for, and reflecting on history. The Canadian Thanksgiving has already been celebrated, but the American Thanksgiving is still a few weeks away. Below are some crafty snack ideas that could also serve as little center pieces on the table....
TeenHelp November 5th 2019 11:41 AM
Imaginary Friend by Stephen Chbosky Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) Imaginary Friend is written by Stephen Chbosky, the author of The Perks of Being a Wallflower. It's the first novel he's written in 20 years. Imaginary Friend is a horror novel centered around a young boy, Christopher, who disappears for six days and when he is found he has changed. Christopher starts seeing and hearing things. Christopher begins to hear and see a man who he refers to as the nice man and he begins to hear and see a...
TeenHelp October 2nd 2019 07:26 PM
The petition to change Halloween By Cassie (cynefin) and Haley (Halcyon) Halloween enthusiasts are counting down to the holiday that has been celebrated on the last day of October for centuries. However, a petition was created last year to move the date of Halloween. Read on to find out more about the history of Halloween, the petition and how it has evolved. All Hallows' Eve, or more commonly known as Halloween today, dates back to around 2,000 years ago and was originally a pagan...
TeenHelp October 2nd 2019 07:22 PM
Festive sweet and savory snacks to celebrate Halloween By Cassie (cynefin) Halloween is an exciting time of year for many, whether you're a child or an adult. It is the time of year that encourages creativity and even imperfection. Here are some simple, sweet and savory foods for you to make to show what Halloween's all about. Make these on your own as a form of self-care, with family and friends, or use these as crafts with the children in your life. Sweet foods and snacks source]
TeenHelp October 2nd 2019 07:13 PM
Top 7 things to purchase at the Dollar Tree By Cassie (cynefin) The Dollar Tree is a store known for its slogan "Everything's a dollar" and it has become increasingly popular in recent years. This chain has over a thousand stores in the United States and Canada. Customers can shop in store, order online, and view different creative ideas on the Dollar Tree's blog. In no particular order, here's a list of some of the best items you can purchase from the Dollar Tree. Paper goods. The...
cynefin September 4th 2019 01:50 PM
How to exercise when you have a chronic illness By Cassie (cynefin) source] Finding interesting and fun ways to exercise can be a challenge, especially if you have a chronic illness. Exercise is said to help with illnesses, but as many people know, it can also make you feel a little worse. Here are a few light exercises that are beneficial for those with a chronic illness - and those without - as well as a few different ideas to keep your routine going. Exercises

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