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Tips for Teens

The teen years can be brutal, especially when you feel like you are on the outside looking in. If you have ever felt like that, then this is the section for you. This is where you will find tips, strategies, and advice to help you get your social life going – and keep it going.

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Why you are lonely

Everyone feels lonely from time to time, but if you find that you’re always feeling lonely, it might be time to figure out why.

What to do when you can’t relate

If you have trouble relating to your peers, check this out.

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How to keep your Friendship from Cracking Under Pressure

There’s nothing wrong with having expectations for your friends. In fact, it’s typically a good thing! Having standards when it comes to the way you’re treated is a key ingredient for a happy and successful social life. But did you know that it’s possible to have too many expectations? If you’re not careful, you just [...]

How to Deal with Being the Odd One Out

Being left out is always difficult, but it can be especially hurtful when you’re left out by your own friend group. There isn’t always an obvious reason why it happens. Sometimes, things seem to be going fine. Then, next thing you know, the group is hanging out without you. You’re being excluded from group texts. [...]

Social Gift-Giving 101: How to Wow your Friends with the Perfect Holiday Gift

With the holiday season underway, the cold days of winter are starting to feel a little more festive! Friend groups looking to get in the spirit will find plenty of ways to have some holiday fun in the coming weeks. This could mean throwing a holiday party, getting together to bake cookies and drink hot [...]

When to Stress About your Reputation (and when to “Shake it off”)

Love her or hate her, it seems like everyone has an opinion about Taylor Swift. This is something she tackles head on with her new album, “Reputation.” Over the past few years, critics have labeled Swift as fake, calculating, and overly sensitive. You’ll catch references to all these labels and more, as you listen to [...]

Conversation Pitfalls You Need to Avoid

With September in sight, a new school year is on the horizon. Soon, you’ll get to reconnect with friends you haven’t seen in a couple months. You’ll probably have the chance to make some new connections too! With that in mind, it’s a good idea to start brushing up on your conversation skills. We all [...]