Having a great and smooth relationship with your parents may not be the easiest thing to do during your teenage years. But it is not an impossible thing, or a daunting feat. … More Building a Great Relationship With Your Parents
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and you’ve probably been thinking of how best you can maximize it. I have some helpful tips if you’re clueless about how you can celebrate this very day in God’s way despite how the devil has hijacked and manipulated it to destroy lives.
Remember you’re LIGHT and you’re meant to shine in any circumstance or situation you find yourself in. Dare to stand tall and different. … More How Should a Christian Teen Celebrate Valentine’s?
Whether you belief it or not, the Adolescent age is the most important age of your life: The actions you take, the words you say, the things you believe, the decisions you make, the habits you grow as an adolescent go a long way to form your life. If you ‘miss’ it as an adolescent, then you may never get it right. It is that serious. … More What is Involved in Being an an Adolescent?
Changes in any form usually bring some unfamiliar situations which you need to adjust into. This adjustment period is what I can refer to as “a period of storm and stress”.
Everyone, at any point in life, has gone through this phase. You can talk to someone about it. Just know that you are never alone. … More Adolescence: a Period of Storm and Stress
Social stress can result from relationships with people either around you, on the internet or your social environment.
You need to draw a line on what you want to see, say and do on social media. You don’t have to take everything you see on social media seriously. … More How to Cope with Social Stress
Dear teen, in the freshness of the second quarter of the year, you might want to reschedule the remaining part of the year and make the most of what is left. … More The True Essence of Adolescence
Many people keep to themselves, stay indoors most of the times, and hardly keep friends because they have been hurt several times by their own immediate family members who found “SORRY”, big a word, to say … More Adolescence & Addiction-The pain of Growing up | by Olowu Festus