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July 6 2011 Adolescence Newsletter


Teenage Angst-Land
Adolescence Newsletter from BellaOnline
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Volume One, Issue Five
July 6, 2011
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Dispatches from Angst-Land

Our moving day is coming up like a freight train. All of my kids are taking it pretty well, but it's still such a time of upheaval. My 6-year-old is confused and upset about her big sister going off to college. My college-age girl is a little traumatized by her whole family moving just as she's leaving home for the first time—it's one thing to leave, and another to not have your old room waiting for you, right? I'd love to hear from all of you about how you've helped your kids through a big move.

Shaunta XOXOX
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New Articles:

Cognitive Errors in Adolescence
http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art46584.asp

Teenagers are often called young adults, but their brain development and their life experiences don't always mesh up. As a result, adolescents often have errors in their cognitive behaviors.

Teenagers and Distracted Driving
http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art66274.asp

Distracted driving is a leading cause for traffic fatalities in the US, and teenage drivers are the age group most likely to engage in this behavior. The US Department of Transportation has a website full of information and tools to help your adolescent driver understand the risks involved.

Teen Summer Ideas—Move Your Body Week
http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art66835.asp

Schools out for summer! Every Wednesday this summer, come on by for a themed week of ideas for your family. This weeks theme: Move Your Body. Get the whole family involved and active this summer.

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I blog everyday about body acceptance and athleticism at Live Once, Juicy (http://www.liveoncejuicy.com). I hope you'll come by and visit me there as well.

I'm in the midst of an indie publishing experiment as well. Check out (http://www.wearethefreaks.wordpress.com) for information about my upcoming Young Adult steampunk/dystopian novel, Freaks and the Revolution. And visit my Amazon page for information about my current release, a romantic suspense. (That one's just for you!) (http://amzn.to/jqFDVu)
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Shaunta Grimes
Adolescence Editor, BellaOnline
http://www.bellaonline.com/site/Adolescence


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