Having cancer changes everything, but for one teen, her diagnosis led to an incredible friendship that has had a very positive impact on her life.
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Bottom line: I'm not asking my parents to be BFFs with my friend. That's my job -- and it
sure is a fun one.
My colleagues Chandra Muller and Anna S. Mueller and I recently found that teens are especially likely to find new friends based on their academic courses -- a finding that has both sociological and academic implications.
Debra Goldstein and Olivia Baniuszewicz -- flirtexting experts and authors of "Flirtexting: How To Text Your Way To His Heart" -- bring you pre-approv...
Sometimes, a demand for fairness has everything to do with a wrong that needs to be righted, but just as often, "It's not fair" is kid-language for "I'm soooooo jealous!"
I read another post on your blog regarding a daughter who felt like an outcast. My own daughter was in tears last night because...
Dear Dr. Levine,
My daughter is in high school has had problems keeping friends since elementary school. From what I have observed when her...
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