Links to more information on relationships
Publications and websites
- Grind Your Mind – This site can help you deal with peer pressure and learn how to make smart choices.
- Youth Violence – Information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention covers such topics as the effects of violence, and preventing it before it happens.
- 5 Ways to Shake Shyness – Feeling timid? This article from kidshealth.org offers helpful tips.
- Coping With Cliques – This article from kidshealth.org explains what cliques are, how they affect teens, and how to handle them.
- Dealing With Divorce – Kidshealth.org helps you handle the tough times of a divorce.
- Getting Along With Your Teachers – Kidshealth.org explains why it's important to work on relationships with teachers and how to do so.
- Peer Pressure – Peer pressure can be spoken and unspoken. This Cool Spot info teaches you how to handle it no matter what form it takes.
- Sexual Attraction and Orientation – What is LGBT? Do people choose their sexual orientation? What is "coming out"? Get answers to these questions and more from kidshealth.org.
- Talking to Your Parents or Other Adults – Get ideas from kidshealth.org for how to talk to parents and other adults about everyday life and tough topics.
- Thatsnotcool.com – Texting, messaging, and online connecting can be fun, but they also can be used in unhealthy ways. Learn more from this site for teens.
- When Friends Fight: Think About It – PBSkids.org offers some smart ideas for when friends fight.
- When Parents Argue – Parents' fights can be scary and upsetting. Learn what they mean and how you can cope from kidshealth.org.
- Office of Adolescent Health
- Boys Town National Hotline
- Center for Young Women's Health
- Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline
- GLBT National Help Center
- National Domestic Violence Hotline
- National Runaway Safeline
- National Sexual Assault Hotline
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Page last updated November 09, 2015