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  • 3 Ways to Increase Positive Emotions 3 Ways to Increase Positive Emotions

    People feel and do their best when they experience at least 3 times as many positive emotions as negative ones. This article offers ideas on how to build these powerful emotions.

  • 3 Ways to Practice Gratitude 3 Ways to Practice Gratitude

    Gratitude doesn't just feel good, it can be good for you. These 3 steps can help you start feeling more appreciative of the good things in your life.

  • 5 Ways to Know Your Feelings Better 5 Ways to Know Your Feelings Better

    Emotional awareness (knowing what we feel and why) helps us learn about ourselves and build good relationships. Here are 5 ways to get more in touch with your emotions.

  • Apologizing Apologizing

    We all mess up at times. An apology tells someone that we're sorry for the hurt we caused — even if we didn't do it on purpose. But does an apology fix everything? And how should you handle it if someone apologizes to you? Find out here.

  • Assertiveness Assertiveness

    Assertiveness is the ability to speak up for yourself in a way that is honest and respectful. But it doesn't come naturally to everyone. Find out if you're too passive, too aggressive, or just assertive enough.

  • Be Your Best Self Be Your Best Self

    What makes people happy? How can you boost your own happiness? This site has information and activities based on the science of positive psychology to help you succeed, make a difference, handle difficult emotions, and build good relationship skills.

  • Choosing Your Mood Choosing Your Mood

    Choosing your mood means being in control of it instead of feeling like it's controlling you. Here are tips on how to create the right mood to help you succeed at what you're trying to do.

  • Confidence Confidence

    Confidence means believing in yourself and in your abilities – not in an arrogant way, but in a realistic, secure way.

  • Confidence: A Worksheet Confidence: A Worksheet

    You don't have to be born confident: Confidence is something you can build. Not sure where to start? Try these exercises.

  • Emotional Intelligence Emotional Intelligence

    Just as IQ is a way of being academically smart, emotional intelligence (EQ) is a way of being people-smart. But unlike IQ, we can work on improving our EQ. Here are some tips.

  • Good Reasons to Smile Good Reasons to Smile

    Smiling on purpose benefits brain chemistry – and can boost our mood. But it only works if you smile in the right way. Find out how in this article for teens.

  • Gratitude Gratitude

    Gratitude doesn't just feel good. Focusing on what's good in our lives can also be good for us. Find out how in this article for teens.

  • Gratitude: A Worksheet Gratitude: A Worksheet

    Feeling grateful for what we have (instead of obsessing about what we don't) can help us get more out of life. This worksheet is designed to get you thinking about gratitude.

  • How to Live a Happy Life How to Live a Happy Life

    Research shows that just 10% of happiness depends on a person's situation. We actually have more control over happiness than we might think. Find out how.

  • How's Your Self-Esteem? (Quiz) How's Your Self-Esteem? (Quiz)

    This quiz can give you insight into things that might affect your self-esteem so you can learn how to build and protect it.

  • Managing Your Emotional Reactions Managing Your Emotional Reactions

    People who do a good job of managing emotions know that it's healthy to express their feelings, but that it matters how they express them. Get tips in this article for teens.

  • Optimism Optimism

    Optimists see the good in things -- and science has discovered that optimists can do better in life. The good news is, even pessimists can be more optimistic. Find out how.

  • Positive Emotions: A Worksheet Positive Emotions: A Worksheet

    Positivity is fun to practice – as well as a great way to learn more about yourself. This worksheet is designed to help you explore 10 common positive emotions.

  • Rejection and How to Handle It Rejection and How to Handle It

    Rejection hurts. But it's impossible to avoid. Life is about going for things. And when we do, rejection is always a possibility.

  • Rejection: How Well Do You Cope? (Quiz) Rejection: How Well Do You Cope? (Quiz)

    Everyone gets rejected at some point. Get some insight into your coping skills by taking this quiz for teens.

  • Relaxation Exercise: Loving Kindness Meditation Relaxation Exercise: Loving Kindness Meditation

    This meditation helps us feel connected to and grateful for the people in our lives. Listen as we guide you through this meditation.

  • Relaxation Exercises: Breathing Basics Relaxation Exercises: Breathing Basics

    Breathing exercises help us slow down and relax. Let our audio recordings coach you through 3 simple breathing exercises: finger-count breathing, smiling breath, and belly breathing.

  • Teens Talk About Life (Video) Teens Talk About Life (Video)

    In this video series, teens talk about their experiences with bullying, stress, family life, managing health problems, staying fit, eating right — and what it means to be in love.

  • The Power of Positive Emotions The Power of Positive Emotions

    Scientists are learning that positive emotions have a powerful effect on our brains and bodies, helping us feel, and act, our best. Let this article help you tap into the power of positive emotions.

  • Understanding Other People Understanding Other People

    Being able to predict how other people might feel, act, or react is a skill that helps us build better relationships. These tips can help you develop the skill of understanding others.

  • Understanding Your Emotions Understanding Your Emotions

    Emotions help us relate to other people, know what we want, and make choices. Even "negative" emotions are useful. Find out how to understand emotions and use them effectively.

  • What Can I Say When Friends Use Anti-Gay Language? What Can I Say When Friends Use Anti-Gay Language?

    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • A Guy's Guide to Body Image A Guy's Guide to Body Image

    Many people think of guys as being carefree when it comes to appearance. But guys spend plenty of time in front of the mirror. And some worry just as much as girls do about their looks.

  • Body Dysmorphic Disorder Body Dysmorphic Disorder

    For some people, worries about appearance become extreme and upsetting, interfering with their lives, a condition called body dysmorphic disorder.

  • Body Image and Self-Esteem Body Image and Self-Esteem

    When your body changes, so can your image of yourself. Find out how your body image affects your self-esteem and what you can do.

  • Dealing With Feelings When You're Overweight Dealing With Feelings When You're Overweight

    If a person is struggling with extra weight, it can add to the emotional ups and downs of being a teen. Get some tips on coping here.

  • Help! Is This My Body? Help! Is This My Body?

    Your body's changing - and if you've ever felt out of step with it, you're not alone. Find out how to deal with body changes and feelings in this article.

  • Is My Body OK? Am I Having Self-Esteem Issues? Is My Body OK? Am I Having Self-Esteem Issues?

    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • Losing Weight: Brandon's Story (Video) Losing Weight: Brandon's Story (Video)

    Brandon, 17, has lost 70 pounds through better eating and exercise. In this video he talks about what inspired him and how he stayed on track.

  • Plastic Surgery Plastic Surgery

    Lots of images may come to mind when you think of plastic surgery. This special type of surgery involves a person's appearance and ability to function.

  • Transgender People Transgender People

    People who are transgender feel like they're living inside a body that's all wrong for them. Find out what it means to be transgender in this article for teens.

  • Vitiligo Vitiligo

    Vitiligo is a loss of skin pigment that causes white spots or patches to appear on the skin. It's not medically dangerous, but it can affect a person's appearance. Find out more.

  • 5 Ways to (Respectfully) Disagree 5 Ways to (Respectfully) Disagree

    These 5 tips can help you disagree with someone in a constructive way - without losing it or shying away from how you feel.

  • Abuse Abuse

    Abuse can take many forms. This article talks about recognizing abuse, its effects, and what someone who is being abused can do.

  • Adoption Adoption

    It's natural for any adopted person, child or adult, to have complex feelings about being adopted. Find out more about the emotions and other issues adopted teens face.

  • Apologizing Apologizing

    We all mess up at times. An apology tells someone that we're sorry for the hurt we caused — even if we didn't do it on purpose. But does an apology fix everything? And how should you handle it if someone apologizes to you? Find out here.

  • Assertiveness Assertiveness

    Assertiveness is the ability to speak up for yourself in a way that is honest and respectful. But it doesn't come naturally to everyone. Find out if you're too passive, too aggressive, or just assertive enough.

  • Coming Out Coming Out

    Coming out (or not) is a personal choice that depends on you and your situation. Learn more in this article for teens.

  • Coping With an Alcoholic Parent Coping With an Alcoholic Parent

    Alcoholism causes anguish not only for the person who drinks, but for everyone who is involved with that person. But there are things you can do to help cope with the problems alcoholism creates in families.

  • Dealing With Divorce Dealing With Divorce

    If you're dealing with your parents' divorce, it may seem hard, but it is possible to cope and have a good family life in spite of the changes divorce can bring.

  • Family Money Troubles Family Money Troubles

    Stressed out by your parents' money worries? Check out our tips for handling tough times.

  • I Tell My Aunt More Than I Tell My Parents. Is That a Problem? I Tell My Aunt More Than I Tell My Parents. Is That a Problem?

    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • Managing Your Emotional Reactions Managing Your Emotional Reactions

    People who do a good job of managing emotions know that it's healthy to express their feelings, but that it matters how they express them. Get tips in this article for teens.

  • Stepparents Stepparents

    Because everyone's situation is different, there are no easy answers to accepting a stepparent. But here are some ideas to help you deal.

  • Talking to Parents About Depression Talking to Parents About Depression

    If you feel depressed, you need to reach out for help and support. Read our tips for teens on talking to parents about depression.

  • Talking to Your Parents - or Other Adults Talking to Your Parents - or Other Adults

    Whether it's an everyday issue like schoolwork or an emergency situation, these tips can help you improve communications with your parents and other adults.

  • Teens Talk About Family (Video) Teens Talk About Family (Video)

    In this video, teens talk about living with parents and siblings -- the things they argue about and how they get along.

  • Understanding Other People Understanding Other People

    Being able to predict how other people might feel, act, or react is a skill that helps us build better relationships. These tips can help you develop the skill of understanding others.

  • Welcome Home Yoga (Video) Welcome Home Yoga (Video)

    Unwind after a long day at school with this yoga routine for teens.

  • What If a Parent Won't Stop Texting While Driving? What If a Parent Won't Stop Texting While Driving?

    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • When a Sibling Is Seriously Ill When a Sibling Is Seriously Ill

    When your sibling has a serious illness, you may find yourself juggling some pretty intense and confusing emotions. Here are some ways to take care of yourself during this stressful time.

  • When Parents Argue When Parents Argue

    Sometimes parents stay levelheaded when they disagree, and they allow each other a chance to listen and to talk. But many times when parents disagree, they argue. Here's how to deal with it.

  • Why Do I Fight With My Parents So Much? Why Do I Fight With My Parents So Much?

    Part of being a teen is developing your own identity -one that is separate from the identities of your parents. Read about why you and your parents seem to be constantly at odds.

  • 5 Ways to Cope When a Loved One Dies 5 Ways to Cope When a Loved One Dies

    We all face grief at some point. Here are 5 ideas that might help you cope when someone you love has died.

  • 5 Ways to Help Yourself Through Depression 5 Ways to Help Yourself Through Depression

    It's important to take action against depression - it doesn't just go away on its own. In addition to getting professional help, here are 5 ways to feel better.

  • Cutting Cutting

    It can be hard to understand, but people who cut themselves sometimes do it because it actually makes them feel better. They are overflowing with emotions - like sadness, depression, or anger - that they have trouble expressing.

  • Death and Grief Death and Grief

    If someone close to you has died, you probably feel overwhelmed with grief. Read about some things that might help you cope.

  • Depression Depression

    Depression is very common. For more information about depression and feeling better, check out this article.

  • Getting Help for Intense Grief Getting Help for Intense Grief

    Going through grief and loss is never easy. But in some situations, grief can feel especially intense – even overwhelming. Find out what to do in this article for teens.

  • Going to a Therapist Going to a Therapist

    Getting help with emotions or stress is the same as getting help with a medical problem like asthma or diabetes. This article explains how therapy works and how it can help with problems.

  • Seasonal Affective Disorder Seasonal Affective Disorder

    Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that affects some people and appears at the same time each year.

  • Suicide Suicide

    We all feel overwhelmed by difficult emotions or situations sometimes. If someone is seriously depressed, suicidal thinking is a real concern. Here are warning signs and ways to get help.

  • When Depression Is Severe When Depression Is Severe

    Severe depression can cloud a person's thinking and lead some people to think that life isn't worth living. But severe depression can be treated. Find out what to do and how to get help in this article for teens.

  • Why Am I in Such a Bad Mood? Why Am I in Such a Bad Mood?

    Because of all the changes taking place in your life, you may feel like you're on an emotional roller coaster. Find out more about bad moods and why you have them.

  • Why Do People Get Depressed? Why Do People Get Depressed?

    There's no one reason why people get depressed - many different things can play a role. Find out more about the things that can trigger depression.

  • 3 Ways to Increase Positive Emotions 3 Ways to Increase Positive Emotions

    People feel and do their best when they experience at least 3 times as many positive emotions as negative ones. This article offers ideas on how to build these powerful emotions.

  • 3 Ways to Practice Gratitude 3 Ways to Practice Gratitude

    Gratitude doesn't just feel good, it can be good for you. These 3 steps can help you start feeling more appreciative of the good things in your life.

  • 5 Ways to Deal With Anxiety 5 Ways to Deal With Anxiety

    We all get worried or nervous about things. Here are 5 ways to control anxiety.

  • 5 Ways to Prevent Stress Buildup 5 Ways to Prevent Stress Buildup

    Everyday stressors have a way of piling up if we don't keep them in check. Adding these 5 simple actions to your regular routine can help you avoid that "bogged down by stress" feeling.

  • 5 Ways to Shake Shyness 5 Ways to Shake Shyness

    If shyness is putting a hold on your social life, here are 5 ideas that might help.

  • A Guy's Guide to Body Image A Guy's Guide to Body Image

    Many people think of guys as being carefree when it comes to appearance. But guys spend plenty of time in front of the mirror. And some worry just as much as girls do about their looks.

  • Choosing Your Mood Choosing Your Mood

    Choosing your mood means being in control of it instead of feeling like it's controlling you. Here are tips on how to create the right mood to help you succeed at what you're trying to do.

  • Culture Shock Culture Shock

    Culture shock isn't a clinical term or medical condition. It's simply a common way to describe the confusing and nervous feelings a person may have after leaving a familiar culture to live in a new and different culture.

  • Dealing With Anger Dealing With Anger

    Do you wonder why you fly off the handle so easily sometimes? Do you wish you knew healthier ways to express yourself when you're steamed? Check out this article for help with dealing with anger.

  • Death and Grief Death and Grief

    If someone close to you has died, you probably feel overwhelmed with grief. Read about some things that might help you cope.

  • Emotional Eating Emotional Eating

    We've all eaten a whole bag of chips out of boredom or while cramming for a big test. Learn more about emotional eating, and how to manage it, in this article for teens.

  • Emotional Intelligence Emotional Intelligence

    Just as IQ is a way of being academically smart, emotional intelligence (EQ) is a way of being people-smart. But unlike IQ, we can work on improving our EQ. Here are some tips.

  • Getting Help for Intense Grief Getting Help for Intense Grief

    Going through grief and loss is never easy. But in some situations, grief can feel especially intense – even overwhelming. Find out what to do in this article for teens.

  • Good Reasons to Smile Good Reasons to Smile

    Smiling on purpose benefits brain chemistry – and can boost our mood. But it only works if you smile in the right way. Find out how in this article for teens.

  • Gratitude Gratitude

    Gratitude doesn't just feel good. Focusing on what's good in our lives can also be good for us. Find out how in this article for teens.

  • Gratitude: A Worksheet Gratitude: A Worksheet

    Feeling grateful for what we have (instead of obsessing about what we don't) can help us get more out of life. This worksheet is designed to get you thinking about gratitude.

  • Having a Healthy Pregnancy Having a Healthy Pregnancy

    Whether you feel confused, worried, scared, or excited, you'll want to know how your life will change, what you can do to have a healthy baby.

  • Homesickness Homesickness

    When you're homesick, you might feel nostalgic for familiar things like your family, friends, pets, house, or neighborhood. Learn more about homesickness and what you can do about it.

  • How Can I Improve My Self-Esteem? How Can I Improve My Self-Esteem?

    We all have problems with self-esteem at certain times in our lives. Here are some tips that might help.

  • Is My Body OK? Am I Having Self-Esteem Issues? Is My Body OK? Am I Having Self-Esteem Issues?

    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • Optimism Optimism

    Optimists see the good in things -- and science has discovered that optimists can do better in life. The good news is, even pessimists can be more optimistic. Find out how.

  • Rejection and How to Handle It Rejection and How to Handle It

    Rejection hurts. But it's impossible to avoid. Life is about going for things. And when we do, rejection is always a possibility.

  • Rejection: How Well Do You Cope? (Quiz) Rejection: How Well Do You Cope? (Quiz)

    Everyone gets rejected at some point. Get some insight into your coping skills by taking this quiz for teens.

  • Self-Esteem Self-Esteem

    Self-esteem helps us have good relationships, gives us the confidence to try new things, and helps us succeed. But low self-esteem can hold us back. Get the facts on self-esteem in this article for teens.

  • Shyness Shyness

    Shyness is extremely common, especially among teens. But lots of mild to moderate shyness melts away with practice and familiarity, making social situations easier and easier to handle each time.

  • Stress Stress

    There's good stress and bad stress. Find out what's what and learn practical ways to cope in this article.

  • Stress & Coping Center Stress & Coping Center

    Visit our stress and coping center for advice on how to handle stress, including different stressful situations.

  • Teens Talk About Life (Video) Teens Talk About Life (Video)

    In this video series, teens talk about their experiences with bullying, stress, family life, managing health problems, staying fit, eating right — and what it means to be in love.

  • Terrorism Terrorism

    Terrorist attacks cause sadness, fear, anxiety, and anger. Find out how to cope.

  • Test Anxiety Test Anxiety

    Everyone feels a little nervous and stressed before a test. And a touch of nervous anticipation can actually help keep you at peak performance. But for some people, this normal anxiety is more intense.

  • The Moving Blues The Moving Blues

    It isn't easy to start over. Read this article to learn some ways to cope with the stress of moving.

  • The Power of Positive Emotions The Power of Positive Emotions

    Scientists are learning that positive emotions have a powerful effect on our brains and bodies, helping us feel, and act, our best. Let this article help you tap into the power of positive emotions.

  • Understanding Your Emotions Understanding Your Emotions

    Emotions help us relate to other people, know what we want, and make choices. Even "negative" emotions are useful. Find out how to understand emotions and use them effectively.

  • Why Am I in Such a Bad Mood? Why Am I in Such a Bad Mood?

    Because of all the changes taking place in your life, you may feel like you're on an emotional roller coaster. Find out more about bad moods and why you have them.

  • Yoga: Meditation and Breathing Yoga: Meditation and Breathing

    Breathing and meditation techniques can have subtle but powerful effects on everything from stress to sports performance. Try these four techniques.

  • Stress & Coping Center Stress & Coping Center

    Visit our stress and coping center for advice on how to handle stress, including different stressful situations.

  • Anxiety Disorders Anxiety Disorders

    Anxiety is a natural part of life, and most of us experience it from time to time. But for some people, anxiety can be extreme.

  • Anxiety: Rachel's Story Anxiety: Rachel's Story

    Rachel developed an anxiety disorder during her junior and year of high school. Today she's in college and enjoying life. Read her story.

  • Binge Eating Disorder Binge Eating Disorder

    Binge eating is a type of eating disorder. This article for teens explains what it is, how to recognize it, and how to get help.

  • Bipolar Disorder Bipolar Disorder

    Bipolar disorders are one of several medical conditions called depressive disorders that affect the way a person's brain functions. Find out more about bipolar disorder.

  • Cutting Cutting

    It can be hard to understand, but people who cut themselves sometimes do it because it actually makes them feel better. They are overflowing with emotions - like sadness, depression, or anger - that they have trouble expressing.

  • Depression Depression

    Depression is very common. For more information about depression and feeling better, check out this article.

  • Eating Disorders Eating Disorders

    Eating disorders are so common in America that 1 or 2 out of every 100 students will struggle with one. Find out more.

  • Fears and Phobias Fears and Phobias

    Fear is a normal human reaction that protects us by signaling danger and preparing us to deal with it. Get the facts about fears and phobias and what causes them.

  • Finding Low-Cost Mental Health Care Finding Low-Cost Mental Health Care

    If you need mental health care but don't think you can afford it, you're not alone. Get tips on finding low-cost or free mental health care in this article for teens.

  • Going to a Therapist Going to a Therapist

    Getting help with emotions or stress is the same as getting help with a medical problem like asthma or diabetes. This article explains how therapy works and how it can help with problems.

  • How Can I Improve My Self-Esteem? How Can I Improve My Self-Esteem?

    We all have problems with self-esteem at certain times in our lives. Here are some tips that might help.

  • How Can I Stop Cutting? How Can I Stop Cutting?

    If you've been cutting and you want to stop, here are some approaches that might help you.

  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

    Everyone feels anxiety, fear, or worry at some time - it's normal to worry about school, your friends, your appearance, and tons of other stuff. But for teens with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), these feelings are taken to extremes.

  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

    Sometimes after experiencing a traumatic event, a person has a strong and lingering reaction known as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Getting treatment and support can make all the difference.

  • Seasonal Affective Disorder Seasonal Affective Disorder

    Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that affects some people and appears at the same time each year.

  • Social Phobia Social Phobia

    It's natural to feel self-conscious, nervous, or shy sometimes. But for some people, the anxiety that goes with feeling shy or self-conscious can be extreme, and it can take over their lives. Get the facts on social phobia here.

  • Suicide Suicide

    We all feel overwhelmed by difficult emotions or situations sometimes. If someone is seriously depressed, suicidal thinking is a real concern. Here are warning signs and ways to get help.

  • Therapy for ADHD Therapy for ADHD

    Therapy is part of the treatment for most people diagnosed with ADHD. This article is for teens who want to know what to expect from therapy and how it works for ADHD.

  • Trichotillomania Trichotillomania

    Trichotillomania is a condition that gives people strong urges to pull out their hair. What causes it and how do people overcome it? Find out in this article.

  • When Depression Is Severe When Depression Is Severe

    Severe depression can cloud a person's thinking and lead some people to think that life isn't worth living. But severe depression can be treated. Find out what to do and how to get help in this article for teens.

  • Why Do People Get Depressed? Why Do People Get Depressed?

    There's no one reason why people get depressed - many different things can play a role. Find out more about the things that can trigger depression.

  • Abusive Relationships Abusive Relationships

    Abuse has no place in love. Read this article to find out how to recognize the signs of abuse and how you can get help.

  • Am I in a Healthy Relationship? Am I in a Healthy Relationship?

    Does your boyfriend or girlfriend treat you as well as you treat him or her? Does your BF or GF support you in good times as well as bad? Does he or she get who you really are? Find out if you're in a healthy relationship.

  • Apologizing Apologizing

    We all mess up at times. An apology tells someone that we're sorry for the hurt we caused — even if we didn't do it on purpose. But does an apology fix everything? And how should you handle it if someone apologizes to you? Find out here.

  • Assertiveness Assertiveness

    Assertiveness is the ability to speak up for yourself in a way that is honest and respectful. But it doesn't come naturally to everyone. Find out if you're too passive, too aggressive, or just assertive enough.

  • Coming Out Coming Out

    Coming out (or not) is a personal choice that depends on you and your situation. Learn more in this article for teens.

  • Date Rape Date Rape

    About half of people who have been raped know the person who attacked them. This article explains what date rape is, how to protect yourself, and what to do if you've been raped.

  • Getting Along With Your Teachers Getting Along With Your Teachers

    Teachers can look out for you, guide you, and provide you with an adult perspective. Many are willing to answer questions, offer advice, and help with personal problems.

  • Getting Over a Break-Up Getting Over a Break-Up

    If you're trying to get over a break-up, you're not alone. Just about everyone experiences the type of grief we call heartbreak at one time or another.

  • Gratitude Gratitude

    Gratitude doesn't just feel good. Focusing on what's good in our lives can also be good for us. Find out how in this article for teens.

  • How to Break Up Respectfully How to Break Up Respectfully

    Breaking up means having an awkward or difficult conversation. Here are some ideas on what to say and how to say it - and why it's best to break up in person.

  • Is My Body OK? Am I Having Self-Esteem Issues? Is My Body OK? Am I Having Self-Esteem Issues?

    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • Love and Romance Love and Romance

    Loving and being loved adds richness to our lives. When people feel close to others they are happier and even healthier. But what makes a good relationship? Find out here.

  • Managing Your Emotional Reactions Managing Your Emotional Reactions

    People who do a good job of managing emotions know that it's healthy to express their feelings, but that it matters how they express them. Get tips in this article for teens.

  • Protecting Your Online Identity and Reputation Protecting Your Online Identity and Reputation

    The virtual world is full of opportunities to interact with people around the world. It's also a place where nothing is temporary and there are no "take-backs." Here are some tips for safeguarding your online identity.

  • Sexual Attraction and Orientation Sexual Attraction and Orientation

    Both guys and girls often find themselves having sexual thoughts and attractions. For some, these feelings and thoughts can be intense — and even confusing.

  • Teens Talk About Love (Video) Teens Talk About Love (Video)

    In this video, teens talk about dating, relationships, breakups, and dealing with divorce — and how their parents do as role models.

  • Understanding Other People Understanding Other People

    Being able to predict how other people might feel, act, or react is a skill that helps us build better relationships. These tips can help you develop the skill of understanding others.

  • Virginity: A Very Personal Decision Virginity: A Very Personal Decision

    Deciding whether it's right for you to have sex is one of the most important decisions you'll ever have to make. Each person must use his or her own judgment and decide if it's the right time - and the right person.

  • Your Thoughts on Falling in Love Your Thoughts on Falling in Love

    More than 5,700 visitors took our survey on falling in love. Here's what you told us.

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