Optimism and pessimism are states of mind that can have a profound impact on how we interact with the world. They can impact our physical and mental health and even our long term outlook on life. In today’s episode of Insights Into Teens we’re going to take a look at the importance of Optimism, it’s impact on us and how we can improve our lives by training ourselves to think more optimistically.
Insights Into Teens: Episode 149 ”Teens and Competition”
Competition is part of human nature. There is competition in getting jobs, sports, video games, politics, and in pretty much every activity in between. Sometimes it can seem like this much competition is bad, but there are also good benefits of competition as long as it is done in the right way. Today on Insights Into Teens we’ll take a look at the pro’s and con’s of competition and how to make the most from competitive activities.
Insights Into Teens: Episode 148 ”Mental Health Stigma and Teens”
Many of our podcasts often conclude with the suggestion to seek professional help if the techniques we discuss on the show aren’t effective for you. The actual act of getting that level of help can in itself be a challenge. There has long been a stigma surrounding mental health, both in teens and adults. Thankfully that has gotten significantly better over the years, but taking that first step to seek help is challenging and that’s what we’ll be discussing on this week’s episode of Insights Into Teens.
Insights Into Teens: Episode 142 ”Your Health Pyramid”
What is your health triangle? Why is it important? How can we maintain our health triangle? We’ll answer these questions and much more as we talk about balancing key aspects of our lives on this episode of Insights Into Teens.
Insights Into Teens: Episode 136 ”Downfalls of Teen Stereotyping”
What is teen stereotyping, what are some of the common stereotypes and what are some of the downfalls to stereotyping? We’ll discuss this and more on this week’s episode of Insights Into Teens.
Insights Into Teens: Episode 131 ”Teens and Complaining”
Complaining has a negative connotation, and is viewed as a bad thing by most people. But is there anything to be said for making your opinion on a given situation heard by the person causing it? Can doing so actually improve a relationship you have with someone? Is there an art to complaining in a way that actually brings about a positive result? We’ll discuss these things and how to help your teen who might have a negative outlook on life.
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