As you know, adolescence is a very important developmental period. It’s when teenagers develop their self-esteem.
Many parents worry about their teen’s safety on the Internet. While digital technology has many benefits for young people, it’s not completely risk-free.
Adolescence is a time of profound change. Teens are discovering their identity and exploring their needs, desires and preferences, especially when it comes to their sexuality.
Sexting is sending intimate, sexually explicit messages, photos, or videos of yourself to one or more people.
For many teens, digital media, including social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, and TikTok, play a big role in their lives.
A person’s self-esteem depends on how they see themselves, on their opinion of themselves.
With new technologies on the rise and social media gaining in popularity, cyberspace has become part of our reality, for adults and teens alike.
As you know, friends carry a lot of influence during the teenage years. And this influence can be positive or negative.
Although sleep is just as important to maintaining good physical and mental health as a healthy diet and being physically active, it remains a lifestyle habit that is often neglected.
Despite years of efforts trying to make sports more gender-inclusive, the world of sports and physical activity continues to be awash in stereotypes and divided according to biological sex.
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