How to Take Control of Your Holiday’s with 3 Social Self-Care Lists

By Lorena Reynoso-Singh The holidays are just around the corner, are you dreading seeing certain family members that press your buttons? Is the idea of visiting people you love for the holidays dragged down by the idea of having to interact with that one out of bounds person that always manages to get under your skin
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A Pumpkin Pie Recipe With Gingersnap Crust? Sounds Perfect!

By Your Teen Magazine Originally published at yourteenmag.com   Whether you make this gingersnap pumpkin pie recipe for Thanksgiving or another holiday gathering, you’re sure to get lots of raves. Let us know what time you’ll be serving the dessert. We’ll bring our forks. Courtesy of Food Networks Kitchens. MAKING PUMPKIN PIE WITH GINGERSNAP CRUST Ingredients
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Why You Should Consider Creating A Teen Driving Contract

By Your Teen Magazine Originally published at yourteenmag.com   TIPS FOR A PARENT TEEN DRIVING CONTRACT Your teenager has just gotten their driver’s permit and you want to make sure that your teen will be a safe and competent driver. That means taking the appropriate steps— including a great driver’s ed class, following your state’s graduated
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Using Your Phone While Driving? Putting the Brakes on Distracted Driving

Originally published at yourteenmag.com By Sandra Gordon It used to be fiddling with the car radio that distracted drivers. Today, glance around at any red light, and you’ll see a different problem—drivers on their phones checking email or using Spotify. A 2017 survey by Liberty Mutual Insurance and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) found that
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16 and Safe?

Has your teen recently reached that milestone of 16 candles?  That special time of celebration for any teen – later curfews, more opportunities, and finally obtaining the coveted driver’s license – a first taste of freedom in their journey to adulthood.  But this freedom comes with the responsibility of being a safe citizen on our
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Got H.O.P.E.?

Across America, communities everywhere are facing the growing epidemic of opioid addiction. Local health departments have risen to the challenge through local initiatives to raise awareness and save lives.  Statistics show that males, ages 19-29 years old, are the leading demographic struggling with this addiction. The  H.O.P.E. (Heroin Opioid Prevention & Education) task force of
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10 Ways to Commit To Your Self-Care

By Lorena Reynoso-Singh – If making time for your self-care is a challenge and pretty much a hit or miss occurrence, remember that a priceless experience awaits you once you’ve made self-care a habit that can help to get you back on track when you’ve strayed. The truth is, even though self-care feels good when we
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Move Out Skills: Does Your Teenager Know How to Pump Gas?

By Jane Parent courtesy of: Your Teen for Parents Magazine Learning how to drive also means learning how to pump gas. This is something every teenager will need to figure out before they get their license. Why not start learning now? HOW TO PUMP GAS Where is the gas tank? Before you pull up to
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Worried about your teen driving to school?

Concerned about teens driving to school and practice? The changing seasons bring new opportunities in all aspects of a family’s life. One of the greatest milestones is the day a teen takes the wheel on their own for the first time -driving themselves and others to school, practice , shopping and activities. Parents are right
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