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Keep calm and don't be an EMOTIONAL FOOL !!

In the prime age of 15 till 18 (ie) when a youngster’s teen days are on its peak,conflicts and misunderstandings burn between close ones and sometimes these small small varied thoughts takes its toll on the relationship.It is very tough to differentiate the issues of a teenager as emotional and social.The teenager is not at fault…but his/her age makes them at fault.It is very easy for a layman who views things from outside,to pin the blame on the victim.Now the victim,along with the label ‘stubborn’…’hopeless’…’sarcastic’…’emotional fool’ etc……becomes an easy target towards emotional as well as social dilemmas for others too. 554 more words

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In today’s world,people especially teenagers have no time to connect with real life,meet people,hang out with them,spend some quality time with family etc.But they(ie)me too, have all the time in the world to be glued to their smart phones and converse with friends whom we have never met before in our life.And in some cases it becomes one of the causes for us to slip into “DEPRESSION”,since we are practically all alone all the time. 390 more words

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Summer Meals 4Teens 58.0 AAE

Ask An Expert 58.0 Summer Meals 4Teens
Interviewer Layne Wall talks with Aaron Lattanzio Summer Meals Program Director about where you can get fed while you play this Summer! 41 more words


"Bone Gap"

Bone Gap by Laura Ruby  

Finn, the teen oddball in the tiny country town of Bone Gap, is both loved for his quirky personality by most of the town and bullied by the family of Rudes–a common scenario in small town narratives where everyone feels that s/he knows everything about everyone else, where it’s both comfortable to remain in and difficult to break out of the image that folks lock you into. 415 more words


Required Reading: The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau

High School reading curriculums are hopelessly stationary. I read the same books for high school that my parents did many years ago and I think many agree that they have been done to death (I’m talking to you Lord of the Flies). 489 more words

Big Blue Eyes



It’s time to break down another not often used word to determine what it really does mean.

It’s roots are three: Phil-is-tine

Since here it’s capitalized… 70 more words

Review: Cure by Brenda Zalegowski

Warning:   If you are expecting an in-depth review of this book with complete character analysis and a detailed plot summary, you’ve come to the wrong place.   223 more words