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Teen offers helpful advice in ‘The Survival Guide to Bullying’

August 11, 2015   0 Comments

Bullying is defined by Webster’s dictionary as “the use of superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force him or her to do what one wants.” Bullying is a devastating thing and it is not just a physical attack but it can be done through words and emotions as well. Cyber bullying is
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Living with an addicted parent: 11 years old, going on 30

July 14, 2015   0 Comments


Living with a loved one who is plagued by a mental disorder or a substance addiction can be one of the most challenging obstacles to overcome. Most people in their lifetime have one or two bad roommates either in college or after college. However, rarely do they have to learn to cope with living with
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‘Smoking Cigarettes, Eating Glass’: A psychologist overcomes her tough teen years

June 16, 2015   0 Comments

The teenage years are usually a set of pretty rough years. Growing pains, acne, trying to fit in, and figuring out who you are and what you want to do in your life, are difficult enough. But add to that a broken family, anger issues, or the struggle with depression or other mental illnesses, and
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We would like to thank all the wonderful staff at WRA for the great parent weekend. We enjoyed it and felt that we learned valuable insights on Positive Peer Culture and the values we must have and the importance of family commitment to each other...