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Teen relationships are perhaps the most volatile things on the planet. Emotions are at their highest levels and how you react to those emotions will often decide whether you have a lasting love story or a heartbreaking situation. The bottom line is that relationships are not always predictable. The best thing you can do is be careful and follow some basic guidelines...

Heading out to the mall with your friends is a bit of a rite of passage. Kids across the country look forward to the day when parents will allow them to walk alone in the mall and it is always tough for parents to let go. The reasons for this are legit, however. The danger posed to you when you are off on your own is not something you want to take lightly. Fortunately,...

Honey has been used in beauty routines for many years and with all its health benefits it’s no wonder why. As a matter of fact it has been said that even Cleopatra used to take baths in honey because it was incredibly good for your skin. Now I’m not too sure about taking a bath in the sticky substance but adding it to your beauty routine is a great idea....

Summer jobs can be a wonderful experience for teens that are looking to earn some extra money. The benefits far exceed money, however. You also get to learn about leadership, teamwork, responsibility and gain valuable work experience. If you are looking to find a job as a teen and wonder what to do, here are five great suggestions for your summer job: Work in a movie...

A woman’s purse is her “toolbox” – it stores anything and everything she may need when out and about. If not careful, however, the bag can quickly become an unorganized mess, making it impossible to find anything when you need it. Fortunately, there are ways you can keep an organized purse – and the tips below will help you get started and continue carrying...

A first date is one of the most nerve wrecking things you can experience as a teenager. You want things to go perfectly and you want to impress, but you also are a bit nervous about being alone with someone you don’t know that well. Here are some important first date tips for teens to stay safe and be relaxed as possible: 1. Make sure you meet each other’s parents. Meeting...

If you are a graduating senior heading off for college, there is a decent chance that you started thinking about college about four years too late. Most teens never think about college until their junior or senior year in high school. College should be on your minds as early as possible for you to really get the maximum out of it. Here are five things you should...

Is it just me, or do you want instant relief from dry, flaky, or itchy skin? The result of dry skin can cause red, blotchy, and sometimes painful areas on your delicate skin and lets not forget that annoying itch factor. Dry skin happens for multiple reasons including when skin doesn’t retain sufficient moisture, environmental influences, diet choices, and...

Online safety is not something that we as parents can afford to ignore where our kids are concerned. The Internet is going to be a vital part of their teen years no matter how hard we might try to avoid that. With it integrated into our phones, computers, tablets and schools, teens are destined to be involved with all things online. Given this fact, we have to take...

Losing someone you love or having your heart broken can be one of the most painful things you can go through as a teenager. There are so many emotions…some new and some not so new…that flood your heart all at once. It is easy to become depressed and feel like you are living in a fog. If you are broken hearted and feeling down, here are five tips to help you...