Whether you’re likely to experience it or not, we should all take part in fighting discrimination. But sometimes that’s easier said than done.
I’m sure I’m not the only teen who has to balance school and an after-school job. So I created a few tips for teens like me who want to maintain a job and stay focused on school work.
Being a teenager and having a passion can change your life. I know this because having a passion for dance has changed my life forever.
“My boyfriend’s girl best friends are literally always with him and it annoys me because I don’t like the fact that other girls are receiving his attention.”
“There are always signs when a person is not serious: not wanting to hang out, always talking about sex, or hiding their social media or phones from you.”
I can’t even count the number of college applications I filled out yet never submitted due to my paralyzing fear of feeling I wasn’t good enough.
Twitter is my favorite application. I use it to watch and share funny videos with my friends and to receive information about important national and international news.
As teens, it’s important that we form a concrete image of ourselves and stick to it. If you’re not strong in what you believe in, outside forces are sure to shape you as they see fit.
“I hope that underclassmen can learn from some of my mistakes and the things I learned from my schoolmates and administration in the past four years.”
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