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Teenagers Meet Cinema: Films That Epitomize Adolescence

It’s difficult to imagine any other point in your life being as tumultuous and insane as the time you spend in your teenage years. You experience a wide range of emotions, and many of them appear for the first time in your life: the sadness of heartbreak, the pain of loneliness, the frustration that comes with longing for the future, but at the same time, wanting to remain young. Many directors have challenged themselves to


Top Ten Things I Do On My Phone That My Mom Can’t Complain About

via madamenoire.com Contrary to popular belief, my phone is not a problem. Having a phone is a privilege, one that comes with both benefits and limitations. I see it has become culture to focus on the negatives of cellphones and overlook the positive and productive uses a phone can have. I hate being frowned upon for having my nose in my phone as though I’m sitting around and wasting time. So, here are the top ten

Mental Health

Don’t Play With Pills

Junior year was an especially hard time for me. My mental health was at an all-time low, my family kept picking at me about my weight, and I was losing interest in the things that meant the most to me. Worst of all, I was sleeping even less than usual. On average, I was getting about 2-3 hours of sleep a night. The average person my age (16-18) needs an average of 8-10 hours of

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