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Teachers can look out for you, guide you, and provide you with an adult perspective.
Many are willing to answer questions, offer advice, and help with personal problems.
You probably spend more than a third of your waking hours at school. Chances are you'll
need to check your blood sugar levels or give yourself an insulin injection during
that time. So what do you do?
School counselors can give you all sorts of tips and support on solving problems and
making good decisions. But how do you meet with a counselor and what is it like? Find
Writing a report? Studying for a test? Having problems at school? Get tips and advice.
Every student finds it hard to stay on top of schoolwork sometimes. So what happens
when you have to miss a lot of school? This article for teens offers tips and advice.
Sometimes, homework or keeping up in class aren't the only challenges you face in
school. This section has advice on cliques, bullying, violence, and more.
The ability to maintain good relationships helps us in school, work, and all aspects
of life. Find out why, and get tips on building skills like compassion and being able
to understand others.
Every year, guns are used to kill or injure thousands of Americans. Here's how to
keep yourself safe, whether your family has guns at home or not.
Like friendships, relationships require give and take. This section has information
on what makes a healthy relationship.
It's perfectly normal for people with diabetes to feel sad, angry, confused, upset,
alone, embarrassed, and even jealous. After all, these are natural emotions that everyone
feels from time to time. But how can you cope?