Guest Author - Angela Glenn
The Trials of Adolescence is the official newsletter of the Adolescence site at BellaOnline.com. It will be sent out weekly to notify you of updates to the site. The Trials of Adolescence is your reminder to stay connected to the Bellaonline Adolescence community by visiting the page, joining the conversation in the forum, or dropping the editor a message.
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I would love to hear from readers and parents. Help me make this site benefit you as much as possible. Click on my name, Angela Glenn, at the top of this page and drop me a line. Let me know what you'd like to see on the site, ask questions, direct me to any resources you'd like me to check out and review for you. I am looking forward to hearing from readers.
Expect notification in the coming weeks via The Trials of Adolescence about new articles as I update and organize the site. My special interests with adolescence includes education, peer pressure and self esteem, and family relationships. I would also like to review books, movies, and products suggested by my readers. I will be writing one to two articles a week as I work towards building the website.
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