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Be an actively involved parent.

Take an active interest in your teenager’s life by aiming for the three Ls: love, limits, and latitude.

    • Love. It may be uncomfortable, but show your teen some love. Thankfully, love is personal and can take many forms:
      • Give your child a bear hug after school (avoid early morning hugs, since at that hour most teens are like a bear waking up from hibernation)
      • Share a blanket as you watch a movie together on the couch
      • Buy their favorite treat as a surprise
      • Simply say, “I love you.”

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Is Your Link Building Agency Ripping You Off?

posted by monicajenner66 2 months ago
tags: search engine marketing SEO

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Don’t hire any link-building agency until you learn the 5 Red Flags and 4 Warning Signs. Discover how Alexa Top 100 get there and stay there. Click here.

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A major update to Yoast SEO fixes a bug that affected the rankings of certain websites. The founder of Yoast, Joost de Valk, personally offered an apology to victims of the error that may have suffered “Panda-like problems” and lost search rankings as a consequence.

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Preventative Measures to Help Teens Avoid Risky Behaviors

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What a valuable, purposeful and honorable position you are in! Whether you’re a parent, family member, teacher, therapist, or friend, you have the opportunity to change a teen’s life! Perhaps you’re raising a pre-teen that has a wild side. Maybe you’re a teacher who wants to impact the students that spend most of their time with you. You might be a caring relative or family friend who understands the influence of positive relationships. You can change a teen’s future!

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Know where they are, who they are with, and what they are doing.

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Another way to be relational is to be aware of where your teen is, who he/she is with, and what he/she is doing. Get to know your teen’s friends. Monitoring their friends, either directly or indirectly, is also a protective factor against delinquency. If you teen is hanging out with delinquent friends, he/she is more likely to engage in those same risky behaviors.

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Get Ahead of the Curve: Preventative Measures to Help Teens Avoid Risky Behaviors

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What a valuable, purposeful and honorable position you are in! Whether you’re a parent, family member, teacher, therapist, or friend, you have the opportunity to change a teen’s life! Perhaps you’re raising a pre-teen that has a wild side. Maybe you’re a teacher who wants to impact the students that spend most of their time with you. You might be a caring relative or family friend who understands the influence of positive relationships. You can change a teen’s future!

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10 Proven Ways on How to Increase Blog Traffic

posted by monicajenner66 2 months ago
tags: search engine marketing SEO

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One of the best ways to attract people to a website is through blog traffic. When you add great content to your blog frequently, you will give visitors valuable resources. You will also publish more pages to your blog for search engines to index.

Writing high-quality posts will also strengthen your brand, produce more incoming links to your blog or website and improve loyalty from existing clients, readers, and potential customers.

Experienced bloggers say they made a lot of mistakes along the way to realize what increased blog traffic and what did not. In this article, I would like to share with you some proven ways on how to increase blog traffic. You can even use a blog to drive traffic to your website, so I hope you find this post useful.

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10 Proven Ways on How to Increase Blog Traffic

posted by monicajenner66 2 months ago
tags: search engine marketing SEO

how-to-increase-blog-traffic-724x400

One of the best ways to attract people to a website is through blog traffic. When you add great content to your blog frequently, you will give visitors valuable resources. You will also publish more pages to your blog for search engines to index.

Writing high-quality posts will also strengthen your brand, produce more incoming links to your blog or website and improve loyalty from existing clients, readers, and potential customers.

Experienced bloggers say they made a lot of mistakes along the way to realize what increased blog traffic and what did not. In this article, I would like to share with you some proven ways on how to increase blog traffic. You can even use a blog to drive traffic to your website, so I hope you find this post useful.

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The Divide Between Bullying and Conflict

posted by monicajenner66 3 months ago
tags: education self directed learning

Conflict can include being rude or mean.

Being rude is when someone is not trying to intentionally hurt the other person. It isn’t a repetitive behavior, and there is not an imbalance of power. For example, Judy asked Martha if she could borrow a pencil. But Martha explained that it wasn’t her pencil, she borrowed it from another friend, so she didn’t want to let Judy use it.

Being mean is when someone is trying to intentionally hurt the other person but they are usually nice, and there is no imbalance of power. For example, if Kyle told Mark that he was a terrible baseball player who should never try out for the baseball team, then Kyle is being mean to Mark.

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Wilderness Therapy Progtams at Georgia

18556223_1986316874930712_1491871558449647916_n Adolescents at Blue Ridge Therapeutic Wilderness experience an adventure that takes them beyond shifts in behavior to true second order change. We believe it is the depth of work and individualization that matter most, which is why we maintain a simple nomadic model. This allows for the greatest amount of flexibility to meet the needs of each unique teen we work with, as well as the peer group they are integrated within. The constant, gentle pressure of this model speaks volumes to our students. It reminds them of their own self-agency, power, compassion, responsibility, depth, and resilience. At Blue Ridge, we employ a nomadic model ofwilderness therapy. Our students do not come in to a base camp, transition from point to point in vehicles, participate in adventure sports, or engage in other breaks in the experience. The result is a fine-tuned group experience in which students and staff learn to settle into the quiet nurturing of the wilderness.

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The Divide Between Bullying and Conflict

posted by monicajenner66 3 months ago
tags: education
Let’s define the terms.

Conflict can include being rude or mean.

Being rude is when someone is not trying to intentionally hurt the other person. It isn’t a repetitive behavior, and there is not an imbalance of power. For example, Judy asked Martha if she could borrow a pencil. But Martha explained that it wasn’t her pencil, she borrowed it from another friend, so she didn’t want to let Judy use it.

Being mean is when someone is trying to intentionally hurt the other person but they are usually nice, and there is no imbalance of power. For example, if Kyle told Mark that he was a terrible baseball player who should never try out for the baseball team, then Kyle is being mean to Mark.

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