Teen Talk Newsletter
Teen Talk Newsletter | Center for Young Women's Health
I actually debated for a couple weeks whether to nominate people or not, and if so whether to do it anonymously or on the blog. But honestly this is just yet another excuse for me to shout about my faves and tell you all just how much I loved them and their content so YES! Have you MET Vicky? She is a blogging superhero, has super creative AND helpful posts, pushes for diversity, spotlights authors and is just all around an amazing human. Our one and only award host!! My love for Melanie knows no bounds. She also works with authors and spotlights their work, thoughts and opinions with a series like the one that she has going on right now Her story: Ladies in Literature , where she has female authors come and talk about different topics that matter to them.
Teenage girls talk too much
Getting teenagers up and going in the morning is a little like rousing the dead. No teen is going to respond positively to the idea of running a lap as soon as they open their eyes, but a little bit of parental encouragement towards implementing a little physical activity into their morning routine is never a bad idea. Chances are that your teen — like the rest of us — dreads the thought of exercise, but finds the act of it incredibly refreshing and worthwhile. Whether they join a sports group that holds practice in the mornings, or they tag along with you as you go to yoga or spinning class, getting teens moving early is a sure-fire way to set them up well for the day to come.
Skip to Content. We might not want to think about our kids dealing with creepy people online. But for many parents, it's the scariest thing about our kids' digital lives. We're not always going to be with our kids, and -- as painful as it sometimes is -- we can't control everything.