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TeenHelp February 3rd 2018 12:33 PM
Healing from an abusive relationship By Sammi (Orenda.) Leaving an abusive relationship is, without a doubt, a cathartic experience. Immediately following the end of the relationship, many people will experience feelings of relief brought about by the end of the situation, as well as a feeling of empowerment that comes with the realization that your life is once again your own. As the separation begins to sink in and feel more permanent, however, fears and hesitations may begin to set in....
TeenHelp February 3rd 2018 12:29 PM
Myelomeningocele Brittany (.Brittany.) Myelomeningocele is the most serious and common form of Spina Bifida, which occurs in 3-4 out of every 10,000 live births. Myelomeningocele is caused when the fetus’ spine isn’t fully formed during the first 28 days of gestation; this is usually before a mom finds out that she’s pregnant. Some research suggests that Spina Bifida may occur if the fetus doesn’t get enough Folic Acid during the first six weeks of pregnancy. Doctors...
TeenHelp February 3rd 2018 12:26 PM
My Brother's Husband: A Review Jenna (~Abibliophobe~ ) My Brother's Husband is a manga series written and illustrated by Gengoroh Tagame. It is set in Tokyo and it follows the story of Yaichi who is surprised when his estranged brother's widower, Mike, shows up at their doorstep. Mike arrives in hopes of being able to explore his late husband's past. The story takes off from there and explores a lot of misconceptions and prejudice that people have about the LGBTQ+...
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TeenHelp January 1st 2018 07:23 PM
New Year's Resolutions By Jenna M. (Fernweh.) Each November and December, we decide on our New Year resolutions, saying we will quit or change something that is detrimental to our well-being starting from January 1st. This seems like an easy thing to do, right? Telling yourself “I will begin doing…” or that “I will stop…” at the beginning of each year. Some people even stop doing one thing that might be harmful and begin something that is healthy or beneficial to them. ...
TeenHelp January 1st 2018 07:19 PM
Exploring your gender identity By Chess (Narrative.) For most people, their innate sense of gender is consistent with the gender they were assigned at birth – in most cases, either male or female. This is known as being cisgender. Although this is often seen as the default, there is a lot more diversity in terms of gender than many people realise. In recent years there has been an increase in the visibility of gender diverse individuals, and an improvement in general knowledge of...
TeenHelp January 1st 2018 07:17 PM
Coping with stress while in school By Dez (Onism.) and Cassie (cynefin) Going to school can be a stressful time but it is important that you find ways to reduce or eliminate some of this stress so you can stay healthy and happy. This article discusses some of the ways you can reduce some of the school-related stress in your life. Eliminating stress There are many things you can do to reduce the overall amount of stress you are feeling.
TeenHelp January 1st 2018 07:13 PM
Discussing boundaries with your partner By Sammi (Orenda.) While it's no secret that understanding boundaries is a key factor in any healthy relationship, openly discussing them with your partner can sometimes feel awkward, especially when you're having the initial conversation about what is and is not okay with you. Questions may run through your mind such as "Is my partner going to be disappointed if I say I'm not comfortable with this?" or you might face concerns about whether or not...
TeenHelp December 30th 2017 02:41 PM
Free Contraception: The Answer To Overpopulation Or The Cause Of Promiscuity? By Mollie Jose (guest author) Free birth control pills were made possible in the USA by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) way back 2012. This mandate has promoted women empowerment. In another positive perspective, the cost-free contraception has given women the chance to choose when to get pregnant. This freedom, furthermore, will help slow down the population growth. Although the intention of this...
TeenHelp December 4th 2017 01:06 AM
Inexpensive holiday decor for a small space By Jenna (~Abibliophobe~) One of the activities that a lot of people look forward to during the holidays is being able to decorate their home. However, for many people decorating can be difficult to do because they are living in a small space or they are living on a tight budget and decorations are often expensive to acquire. Also, plenty of the typical decorations such as a tree can end up taking up a fair bit ...



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