Entitlement Versus Self-Responsibility In Young Women

Entitlement Versus Self-Responsibility In Young Women One of the most frustrating times for you the parents of a young daughter is watching her behave like a spoiled brat. She has an over-inflated sense of entitlement and believes she is owed, deserving, and has a right to privileges she hasn’t earned. You try every approach you can think of to change her behavior. You begin to feel desperate because you know her behavior is una...

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Dating in the Digital Age: How Teens Show Romantic Interest

In a series of focus groups conducted by the Pew Research Center online and in cities across the U.S., over 100 teens shared with us their personal experiences with social media and romantic relationships. These are some of the key themes and responses we heard during these data-gathering sessions. Social Media is the New Front Porch Swing During the focus groups, technology – and especially social media – ofte...

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Troubled Teens Turn to Their Phones for Help

Anonymous texting helpline set to expand in Illinois following success. Troubled youth have gained a new ally, and they’re available at the tip of their fingers 24/7. It’s a program based in the Lake Bluff/Lake Forest area in Illinois that allows troubled teens to text a clinician anonymously anytime they need help or advice. The program is so successful that it is now expanding to all of Lake County. Text-A-Tip is an anon...

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"FOMO" Leading to Depression and Anxiety in Teenagers?

 Original article published by The NewDaily by John Stapleton November 8th, 2015 Teens worry they’re missing out on events, friends’ in-jokes and showing they’re having fun on social media.More than half of all teenagers 17 years and under access social media 15 minutes before going to bed, every day of the week, and are reporting significant difficulties relaxing or sleeping as a result. Video: The Fear Of Miss...

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