Real Results for Your Pre-Teen or Teen
According to the American Psychological Association,*Research has shown that when teens who have higher levels of self-esteem are less likely to suffer from depression,eating disorders, and risk-taking behaviors.. They are also less likely to be negatively influenced by peers to indulge in unhealthy behaviors, such as drinking, drugs, promiscuity, and cutting.
The American Psychological Association notes that resilient teens are more emotionally aware and express greater impulse control. They have a more open and flexible mindset and exhibit self-confidence. Resilient teens are less likely to succumb to mental and emotional disorders, such as depression and anxiety, illness due to stress, and poor academic performance.
Research indicates that teens with a sense of responsibility in their choices and actions are less likely to give up on attaining their dreams and goals, blame authority figures, and become entitled. Additionally, accountable teens tend to be dependable, honest with themselves and others, and more forgiving of mistakes.
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Results Others are Getting!
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