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Summer Fun?

by Sam P. June 13th, 2014| Behavior, Teen Perspective, Teens
As school comes to an end and summer starts up, almost all of us are dying to go to the beach or on adventures, but we may not be allowed to.  Our behavior accumulates as we slowly grow up into young adults, and if yours hasn't been the most
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Teen’s Perspective on License Privileges

by Sam P. May 2nd, 2014| Behavior, Teen Perspective, Teens
For those of you around my age, you should be getting your license soon, or perhaps you already have it.  At least in New Hampshire, the new driver law says that for the first six months that you have a license you can only drive around one non-family member
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Disagreeing With a Parent

by Jacob P. April 11th, 2014| Behavior, Teen Perspective, Teens
There are times in life when you will disagree with other people.  That is the nature of life, it happens.  If you never disagree with anyone else, you are going to spend your entire life getting pushed around or entirely lack opinions, both of which are bad.  However, as
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Corporal Punishment: From the Teen’s View

by Jacob P. March 14th, 2014| Behavior, Teen Perspective, Teens
In Kansas, a bill has been introduced to the state House of Representatives that would allow parents, caretakers, and teachers to spank children.  The law would allow such striking to leave marks, such as redness or bruising on the skin of the child who is being struck.  This law
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Parents, Too Difficult to Deal With?

by Sam P. February 21st, 2014| Behavior, Teen Perspective, Teens
As teens, our behavior isn't always the best.  Whether you are having a teensy argument with a parent, or a full-blown war between the two of you, your parent is still your elder and respect is necessary.  Oftentimes, parents will deem some sort of punishment necessary, and if your
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Losing: From the Teen’s View

by Jacob P. January 24th, 2014| Behavior, Teen Perspective, Teens
Nobody enjoys losing.  Anyone who tells you that "they don't mind losing" or "I like seeing other people win" is lying to you -- and themselves a little bit.  Let's be honest, losing is horrible.  Whether it is in sports, school, or other activities, losing competitions sucks.  The challenge
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How Teens Can Earn A Free Rein

by Sam P. December 20th, 2013| Behavior, Teen Perspective, Teens
Many teenagers complain about not having any free rein and not being allowed to do anything.  But with that sort of trust from the parents comes responsibilities.  And many teens aren't trusted with those responsibilities because their behavior doesn't reflect that they can handle them.  If you can't remember
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Following the Rules

by Sam P. July 10th, 2013| Behavior, Teen Perspective
On Friday, my mom let me go to the beach with my friend. This was a first since there were no parents going with us. My friend is 17, but I am only 15. She was a little unsure at first, but ended up allowing me to go. This
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