Stuck on what to do this Holiday Break? The RespectTeam has compiled a list of local things that can keep you busy and not bored!
Maria Bowersock explains how to experience thankfulness in the midst of painful situations with practical tips.
This is an inspiring poem submitted by a student from Northrop High School that encourages everyone to never give up on life.
Amy, how do I respect a friend who has hurt me?
Amy, how can I make sure that I keep my boundaries in a relationship?
An encouraging entry for parents written by Nancy Williams, counselor at Cornerstone Vision Counseling Center and survivor of raising three teenagers.
A beautiful and authentic entry from DasFort blogger, Brittany King, as she reflects on her high school years and uses her experiences to better herself and others.
We heard your requests, Parents, and here it is! A wonderful and simple Technology Contract to use with your tweens and teens.
The tips given on this post are simply that…tips. This is not a fool-proof plan and are to be used as a first line of defense. Make sure to contact a licensed professional immediately.
One way to show teens how to respect others is to model how to respond instead of how to react in conflict situations.
Student blogger shares from her own experiences and what she has found to be effective through extensive research.
Since I was 11 years old, I have struggled with mental health; I was bullied to the point where I had to move schools. I went through mental health and social problems all throughout middle and high school, but I did not let anything hold me back. I did not let fear stop me from succeeding in life. I am now 20 and about to graduate with bachelor’s in psychology, and I can tell you that using your resources is helpful. As I have gotten older, I have found ways to use my resources and gained the strength to fight against the stigma of mental health. May is mental health awareness month, so I have found some tips on how using your resources fights the stigma.
In this heartfelt blog post, Drezdan Ginder, senior at Carroll HS, shares her thoughts and encouragement to the class of 2020.
It’s hard to believe in good things. It’s hard to be hopeful. It’s often hard to do the right thing. But it is in those moments, in those situations, in staring down times when it would be easy to fall into the trap of hatred and negativity and you don’t, that you grow. And in that growth lies fulfilment, true happiness, and the method to make yourself stronger.
In this blog entry, the RespectTeam gives you insight into why conflict happens with your teenager and how to resolve it effectively.
Local High School Junior, Drezdan, shares how the doing little things can make the biggest difference this school year!