All Blog Posts Tagged 'teen' (43)

Latest Book by Kimberly Dana Features a Ghost and Cheerleaders

Kimberly Dana’s latest book will bring hours of reading pleasure to teen girls, especially those with a particular interest in cheerleading.

Years ago, a murder was committed in a cheerleading camp: a beautiful teenager with beautiful red flowing hair was drowned in the lake. Rumors say the killer was her best friend.

Now, ten years later, our witty…

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Added by Mayra Calvani on May 26, 2012 at 1:22pm — No Comments

Book Review: Don’t Cry, Daddy’s Here: One Woman’s Journey to Recovery from Incest , by Brinda Carey

Don’t Cry, Daddy’s Here: One Woman’s Journey to Recovery from Incest is a deeply disturbing memoir. At the same time it is an important book, one that offers a strong message of hope and renewal to victims of this terrible crime.

"My decision to write this book came from a deep desire to say, 'You are not alone.' I share some of my memories and some lessons…

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Added by Mayra Calvani on May 7, 2012 at 8:23am — 1 Comment

Angels, Adventure, and a Dash of Romance: Griffin’s Fire, by Darby Karchut

What happens when a moody teenage angel is forced to attend high-school?

The answer is Griffin's Fire.

Griffin's Fire is the second installment in Darby Karchut's Terrae Angeli young adult fantasy series, published by …

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Added by Mayra Calvani on April 27, 2012 at 3:43pm — No Comments

Eating Disorders Identified in College Freshmen as They Return Home for Winter Break

As college freshmen across the U.S. return home for the holidays, thousands of parents will – for the first time – discover eating disorders that developed during their child’s first semester. Because the transition to college is one of the two most common life stages in which eating disorders develop, Eating Recovery Center (…

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Added by Rebecca H on December 22, 2011 at 1:36pm — No Comments

Serpentauria: Ark of Extinction by Erik Daniel Shein Book Trailer

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7bHJ_JlGec

Sara is not a typical 11 year old. Her parents are dedicated to saving animals and using nature to cure diseases. Sara learns of an ancient legacy and the power within her to save endangered animals. An 800-year old medallion holds the key to unlocking her power. Learn about the book here http://bit.ly/Serpentauria Learn about the author here…

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Added by Sheila English on December 6, 2011 at 7:47pm — No Comments

Adding My Teen Driver to My Car Insurance

I was not prepared to hear the news I received the day I called my car insurance company to add my 18-year old to my policy. The customer service rep, politely told me that my policy would increase from $1200 to $2700 for six months! As you can imagine, I nearly passed out!
 
After speaking with a few people about my situation, they all suggested that it was probably because they added him as a driver of my car: a 2005 Nissan Maxima and not the car I recently got for…
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Added by Marquise Jackson on November 22, 2011 at 4:39pm — No Comments

Are You Guilty of Fear-Based Parenting? Are You Sure?



Are you guilty of fear-based…
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Added by denny hagel on October 12, 2011 at 8:12am — No Comments

Decipher Teen Speak

Parents, having a bit of difficulty figuring out exactly "Whatever" means when it spills from your teens mouth? Sure, we know what we think it means, but it could possibly surprise you. Well, tonight on CreateChatter TV, we might just be able to help you!

 

Tonight (September 5) at 8 pm CT (9 pm ET) on CreateChatter TV, we are chatting…

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Added by Dannie on September 5, 2011 at 10:27am — No Comments

Book Review: The Space Between, by Alexandra Sokoloff

Sixteen-year old Anna Sullivan is an outsider at her high school. Quiet and shy, as well as cursed with a tortuous family past, she can’t hope to attract the attention of popular Tyler Marsh, for whom she has a crush. How could a girl like her, a girl with a low social status, an alcoholic father and a mother who abandoned her, dare hope…

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Added by Mayra Calvani on July 24, 2011 at 2:07pm — No Comments

Hot Juliet and Artsey Romeo...Mom, you are dooomed

If you have a kid I need to warn you about the Romeo and Juliet syndrome.  Again.

Yeah, you think you already know but let me remind you of the rules because the first time your college aged daughter who is beautiful and elegant and brilliant walks in the house with a dweeby little wanna-be artist with a handshake that says "I'm a goober" you'll forget all the rules. You will drag your…

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Added by diana hampo on February 21, 2011 at 2:06pm — No Comments

Make Money as a Teenager

My oldest son has always had an entrepreneurial spirit, and he’s always had a desire to make money ever since his first lemonade stand at age 8! Unfortunately, it’s impossible to find a part time job when…

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Added by Kristl Story on November 9, 2010 at 10:59am — No Comments

Does life really suck?

Life seems repeatitive. Life seems long and dramatic. Life seems unfair and at times unbearable. Life seems to be a series of games. One day you're the winner and the next you're being played. Life is...



It's being what everyone else wants you to be. It's being what is acceptable. It's hiding the real and showcasing the mask. Life is...



Life is all of that…
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Added by Nikki Cates Hayes on October 25, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments

Smoking Pot at 13?

Unfortunately I was head-butted into teenagedom last weekend, when my 12 year old step-son came to visit. Like already, 12? I wasn’t ready for it! Not like anyone ever is…

Him, hubby and I were sitting in the living room taking turns playing Call of Duty. He was sitting in the recliner, hubby and I were sitting on the couch together. It was step-son’s turn to play, so hubby kind of…

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Added by My Momma Drama on June 23, 2010 at 11:07am — No Comments

Tiger Beat

When I was a pimply, gauche teenager, I loved reading Tiger Beat. In those days, the faces gracing the cover and every page in between was Scott Baio, Shaun Cassidy and Leif Garrett…Oh My. I was convinced that if Shaun Cassidy

really had the chance to meet me, he would…

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Added by Lanita Moss on May 28, 2010 at 9:03am — No Comments

May Mayhem *4*…A Celebration Of Motherhood!

Despite the fact that I spent the better part of the day looking to hunt down whatever sneaky, cowardly bastard thought it would be fun to plant the malware that took down numerous sites hosted by GoDaddy today, including mine, thanks to some incredible tech support & my amazing tweeps & peeps out there, I am getting Crazy Town back on track! So moving right along with our…

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Added by Tracy Warner on May 13, 2010 at 1:40am — No Comments

Raising Kids...Relate vs. Dictate

If you want to alienate your kids, create an atmosphere that says “I am the boss and you will obey!” On the other hand, if you want a relationship with your kids, create an atmosphere that says “I am here to help you!”



Communicating with your child is what will determine the type of relationship you will share. On going communication is what will allow the relationship to deepen and strengthen.



Parents are often so busy they forget the need to consciously cultivate a… Continue

Added by denny hagel on February 15, 2010 at 2:25pm — No Comments

2010:The Year of the Awakened Parent

If asked if you are you an “awakened” parent you would probably pause to consider what that actually means. What constitutes being an awakened parent? Many equate the term “awakened” with “eyes wide-opened” or being “aware”. In terms of parenting, to be awakened means to be conscious of what your role as a parent consists of…examining your role, determining if it is working to produce the results you intend, and finally, making necessary changes to achieve those goals.



Parenting is… Continue

Added by denny hagel on January 7, 2010 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Helping Teens Deal with Peer Pressure



By Aurelia Williams, Author of Understanding Your Teen



Parents spend a lot of time teaching their kids right from wrong. They show them what they think is right and hope they can keep their children from falling for negative peer pressure.… Continue

Added by TeasasTips on December 17, 2009 at 4:19pm — No Comments

from tot to teen in a blink

This morning I dropped Keenan off at 7:15 a.m. to begin his high school career. What choo talkin’ bout Willis? Yes, somehow I am of the age to have a high schooler and my sweet baby boy has legs covered in hair, a deep voice and fears wedgies. I was specifically instructed to stay as far away from the Senior parking lot as possible when I dropped him and his friend off. 





Senior parking lot? That’s your big fear? Because mine are drugs, alcohol, sex, heartbreaks, college, losing you… Continue

Added by Stefanie Mullen on September 1, 2009 at 5:27pm — No Comments

In a Perfect World

James, my 13-year old, and I are in the car on our way back from his dentist appointment that I proudly remembered and made, to the amazement of the staff and myself, to be honest. At 3:00 a.m. when I couldn’t sleep, I was sure I would not wake up in time for the 9:00 a.m. appointment.
Read More. It gets good. I promise.

Added by Amy Musing on August 5, 2009 at 6:19pm — No Comments

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