July 14, 2014

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Using Colors To Impact Tweens And Teens Life

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The unspoken communication of colors is key. Companies are aware of it. This “science” is applied to position a product and advertise it. It is also used inside the walls of some companies to motivate and increase the productivity and the happiness of the employees. The colors used with companies logos as well as products […]

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June 28, 2014

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Why Teens Are Self-Absorbed

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While it’s true that most of our neurons have already formed by the time we’re born, that doesn’t mean our brains are finished developing. Brains don’t fully finish with development until about age 25. Only then is one’s brain considered mature. One aspect of that is that teens differ from pre-teens or adults on the […]

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June 13, 2014

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Why Teens Don’t Learn From Bad News

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  Sometime, you don’t know why, but you can’t accept the truth. Even when you know it is. I’m sure that has happened to you, denial is a normal stage of grief. It’s also a normal stance to take when someone disagrees with something you believe to be true. Many people, though in the face […]

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June 8, 2014

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Coached Sports: Prevent Teens From Smoking And Drinking?

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The years between 10 and 14 are a difficult time for children. They want the independence of their older peers, but they are at an impressionable stage of life. This is a time when they are beginning to shape their lives and starting to really become the people they will be in high school, but also […]

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May 29, 2014

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Tweens Thinking And Decision Making

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One of the most important aspects of tween psychology is the development of skills needed for managing their own lives, making good choices, and becoming self-reliant. At this in-between stage tweens are leaving the familiar surroundings of elementary school, and entering middle school where their decision-making and independence will be tested every day. The way […]

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April 15, 2014

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Most Important Social Networks for Teens

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Interesting trends of the past 18 months published in the Huffington Post by Bianca Bosker about teens and their favorite social networks: “For the first time, teens now consider Instagram the most important social network on the Internet, according to a semi-annual survey conducted by Piper Jaffray. Instagram replaces Twitter, which just last fall surpassed […]

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April 11, 2014

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Aerie: No Better Than Barbie

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  “DEAR AERIE GIRLS, We think it’s time for a change. We Think it’s time to GET REAL and THINK REAL, We want every girl to feel good about who they are and what they look like, inside and out. This means NO MORE RETOUCHING OUR GIRLS AND NO MORE SUPERMODELS. Why? Because there is […]

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April 3, 2014

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Question Beauty

Fairy Godmother Academy and TBQE Create Social Mobile Game and Contest: Question Beauty with Aja Volkman of Alt Pop band, Nico Vega, as a spokesperson. http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/1830270

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March 14, 2014

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Six Things Your Teen/Tween Is Learning From You

Six things your teen/tween is learning from you (via NewsWorks) Raising a teen or tween can make you feel as though their friends are the only people they ever pay attention to, but that simply isn’t the case. While friends have an enormous impact during these years, parents do too. And like it or not, […]

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