Ken Rabow discusses why teens want to experience romantic love and how the important role of family contributes to healthy relationships throughout their lives. Read more…
Why bother? I won’t need it in “real life”. This is the question heard over and over again in bedrooms, school hallways and principals waiting rooms for as long as there has been chalk.
No one can tell you what will help you subject-wise in the future but the one thing I can guarantee you is that if you can master self-discipline in learning new things and being able to talk intelligently on the subject afterwards, you will do well in whatever you do.
The more a young adult in today’s world widens their horizons, the richer their lives and greater their prospects will become. Summer is the perfect opportunity for this through the experience of volunteering. One of my clients bristles when I use the word “volunteer” seeing it as merely “working for nothing” (i.e. where’s the money?!?!).