Deb King is a recent member of the RespectTeam and the founder of Jennifer's Harbor, a local resource for victims of domestic violence and their families. Since February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, she's here to share some signs and tips for parents who believe their teenager is involved in an abusive relationship.
Amy shares her life story through a form of poetry called spoken word.
Our social media manager tells us why she's taking some time to unplug this year, and has some ways you can join her!
For 2018, we challenge you to invest in yourself, both physically and emotionally, and we believe that begins with genuinely loving who you are. Here's four ways to get started.
Five ways to practice healthy relationships in 2018.
Setting goals is an important way to make sure that your dreams become reality, but if it's not done properly it can be really discouraging. We have some tips for great goal setting in 2018.
Practical steps you can take to improving your friendships in 2018.
As a parent, you may sometimes feel invisible, but the RespectTeam wants you to know that you are appreciated!
Do you ever feel overwhelmed? Stressed out? Have too many things to do and not enough time? Sophomore, Drezdan Ginder, shares a vulnerable look into a life that is overwhelmed and provides encouragement to anyone who needs to know how to sometimes say no to a To-Do list and yes to a life that is more rewarding.
Sophomore, Drezdan Ginder, shares her insight about the importance of surrounding yourself with good friends.
Do you love social media? Yes? So do we! Blogger, AshleyDannie, takes a close look at the do's and don'ts of social media to keep us safe and encourage us to be real.
A letter to those that feel like they have no voice.
A local high school student writes authentically about the thoughts that play in our minds when we attempt to connect with others.
This entry was written by senior, Lizzy Clark, about the way that teens sometimes mask who they truly are for fear of being truly known.
When our nation's teens are taking their lives on a daily basis, it's time for a change. That change starts with you. Freshman, Drezdan Ginder, encourages students to be part of the change in their schools and make a positive difference in someone's life.
Beautiful entry written by one of our speakers, Jennifer Barnes, about the changing seasons of life.
In this blog post East Noble administrator, Rief Gilg, encourages educators to help students to think in a critical manner to not only help them in their schooling but also in life.
Senior Intern, Natalya Haddix, shares in this post about her loves for her sports and how they have shaped her to be the person that she is today.
Words of encouragement from Freshman, Drezdan Ginder, as she seeks to help us understand the importance of living our life with courage today to conquer the struggles me may encounter tomorrow.
Maria Bowersock shares insight about how to not focus on the bad parts in your life and instead find joy in the good things in your life.