True strength is found in acceptance. Choose to be a positive force in this world by lifting each other up and not tearing each other down. Come and watch the latest public service video aiming to eradicate mean girl behavior.
Christine Hassler makes her debut with The Teen Mentor and shares how creating and maintaining healthy relationships is essential to our well-being. Learn how to kindly create healthy boundaries so you do not have to tolerate hurtful or negative treatment from another.
Transform your struggle into strength! Learn how to overcome adversity and toxic home environments.
Learn the 7 types of people that you need to stay clear of or limit your time around.
Communication isn’t always easy, but like anything else, it can be improved upon. Here’s 8 tips to help strengthen your relationships.
One in five teens will suffer from depression. Do NOT keep it a secret.
Learn 3 ways to make peace with people you aren’t getting along with.
Learn how to heal and find happiness when events beyond your control cause you pain and suffering.
10 self-worth building tips for teens who are experiencing physical abuse.
Thoughtful people create a positive ripple effect throughout the world. Why not be one of them?
Learn how to take an active role in creating your own positive, safe and supportive environment.
Come and learn where the real cause of pain and struggle in our lives comes from. Hint: It is not “out there.”
Just as fire drills help us avoid an actual fire, upset drills help us avoid making bad decisions. Learn how to create your emergency plan.
Learn why people feel justified in their anger, how to defend yourself against an angry person, and what to do if your most prevalent emotion is anger.
Learn the importance of acknowledging and validating your partners feelings as being just as real and important as your own.
Find out if you are a bully and if so, how you can use it to your advantage.
Learn 7 poor behaviors that should set off alarms and help you plan for a better future.
12 techniques to help forgive and keep the faith.
Sometimes sibling rivalry has nothing to do with you.