The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. A teenage girl is a force of nature, with emotions so powerful they shock even her. In this exclusive excerpt, psychotherapist Lisa Damour uses neuroscience to help parents — and anyone perplexed by teenage girls — understand what's really going on in their heads.
This weekend, Thoroughbreds opens in theaters, and if you walk out of that movie about two teen girls plotting the murder of a despotic stepdad and find your hunger for teen vengeance unabated, we have oh so many movies for you. And who better to deliver fatal justice than raw, petty, unbalanced teens? High school can be a real bitch, but so can these adolescent cheerleaders, witches, assassins, mutants, outcasts, and pretty little liars but no Carriebecause do you even need us to tell you to watch Carrie at this point?
If you have a teenage girl in your life -- or if you have ever been a teenage girl -- drop everything you are doing right now and read this excerpt from an amazing personal essay by writer Meghan Harper. Those girls, man. They take all that energy, all that circulating fire in their veins, and instead of letting it destroy them, they choose to love, ferociously.
In the summer ofwhen he was 15, a youth I will refer to by only his first name, Jeffrey, finally admitted to himself that he was gay. This discovery had been coming on for some time; he had noticed that he felt no attraction to girls and that he became aroused when showering with other boys after physical education class. But Jeffrey is a devout Southern Baptist, attending church several times each week, where, he says, the pastor seems to make a point of condemning homosexuality.
My boys, however, always loved it when I read to them, and I did, every night, from the time they were babies until they were far too old for bedtime stories. Some books would take us a week or through to get through. When we turned the final page of the 13th book in that series, the three of us were filled with a sense of sadness and loss.
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The city of Minneapolis has helped a year-old who was running a hot dog stand in front of his home obtain a health permit, instead of shutting him down when they received complaints. Last month, the Minneapolis Health Department began receiving complaints about Mr. Faulkner's Old Fashioned Hot Dogs, a stand run by Jaequan Faulkner, after a local news station ran an "upbeat" story about the teen's entrepreneurial efforts, Daniel Huff, environmental health director for the department, told ABC News.
A teenage romance movie need not only be appealing to the teen crowd. We feel the need to question who we want to be with, debating whether our relationships will remain friendships or take a turn for the romantic. This is why teen romances hold such a warm place in the heart for older folks while still being a very relatable and engaging picture for its targeted demographic.