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Teen Issues: Crushed Crushing #7

Hey people,

I’m happy I found some time to pen down some thoughts.

Today, I’ll write about crushing. There’s two ways to look at crushing; the stage after eye-candying someone or the stage before you fall in love with someone. 435 more words

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from menarche to  wedding night, every milestone should be a special one. 

For many, having discussions with our daughters involving major life transitions and milestones is one we dread. We are at a loss of words, it’s just broaching the subject that gets us in a tizz. 497 more words


Review: Holding Up the Universe by Jennifer Niven

For a long time, young adult novels pretty much ran the gamut from surviving a bully to falling in everlasting love.  Thankfully times have changed somewhat.   362 more words


Review: The Most Dangerous Place on Earth by Lindsey Lee Johnson

I can’t remember the last time I read a book with such a fitting title.  I mean, when you’re talking about navigating the world of high school as a confused and misguided teenager,  it truly does become the most dangerous place on earth. 222 more words


Teen Book of the Month! -Apple and Rain by Sarah Crossan.

Our book for this month is Sarah Crossan’s Apple and Rain. We absolutely loved this book. Grab a copy, let us know what you thought! Meanwhile, here’s our review! 228 more words

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Depression 61.2

Second installment of 61.0 Depression: Host & Segment Producer Clara Wagner talks with Tegan, a twenty-something looking back on her teen depression. Join the discussion by commenting on the blog.


Mom , why can't we watch adult movies?

It was an usual evening pick ups and drops of kids to their classes for me. Causally changed the radio station in car.The famous “O Chitta Ve,,  …” was being played i raised the volume. 994 more words

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