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  1. I Can’t Talk to My Parents

    Ever feel like no matter what you say, or how you say it, your parents never really listen to you? Maybe they treat you like a child. Or, perhaps they act like they're listening and even look you in the eyes, but really don't "hear" anything you say. And if they do hear you, they always disagree, ri

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  2. How Can I Improve My Self-Esteem?

    Looking for ways to improve your self-esteem? You're not alone! It's normal to have doubts about yourself during adolescence. Look what happened to "Lauren" (not her real name) when she dressed for PE the first day of school. As she tied her tennis shoes, she noticed she had on two different colored

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  3. The 'Freshman 15' Means More Than Weight Gain

    It's difficult to imagine a standard coming-of-age experience that involves more change, more stress, and more personal challenge than Freshman year of college. That food might become a way for many to deal with those stresses is hardly surprising. Weight gain in the first year of college, often jok

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  4. Is Plastic Surgery a Teen Thing?

    Emily was always made fun of for her rather large nose. Then the summer before her senior year of high school, she got a nose job. All of a sudden, the same boys who called her Pinocchio and some other not-so-nice names were asking her out. Sixteen-year-old Kimberly's triple D breasts may have gotte

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