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Don’t Let Your Teen Internalize Their Anxiety

  To internalize something is to make part of oneself either through learning or through unconscious assimilation. Teens can internalize anger and exhibit it later through self-harm or depression. Teens might also internalize their anxiety and also use self-harm as a means to cope with it. This article will discuss ways parents can help a…

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The Differences Between Stress, Distress, and Anxiety in Teens

  Adolescence can be a stressful stage of life. We all experience and manage stress differently. However, for some teens, stress can turn into anxiety. And that anxiety can become so persistent that teens may need professional assistance in order to manage it. However, distress is something a bit different than both stress and anxiety.…

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Teens: Here’s How to Manage Stress During the Holidays

  As an adolescent, there’s no question that you have a lot going on. Although you might not be thinking about this all the time: you’ve got physical, emotional, and psychological changes happening. And you also have the pressures of your parents, teachers, and peers. You’re trying to fit in, gain your independence, discover who…

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Reasons Why Teens Might Get Depressed

  Adolescence is a hard stage of life. There are many facets of life weigh on a teen, and with the right amount of weight, it can bring a teen down enough to feel depressed. In fact, there seems to be a few common causes or triggers that can contribute to depression in a teen.…

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Tips for Teens Who are Feeling Stressed

  There’s no question teens are going to feel stressed from time to time. Between the pressures from school, parents, and peers, the tension might get thick for teens. And as a result, they might need to find ways to relieve that tension. It’s quite possible teens might find unhealthy ways to relieve stress, such…

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