How to Break Up Respectfully for Teens
Breaking up means having an awkward or difficult conversation. Here are some ideas on what to say and how to say it - and why it's best to break up in person.
Am I in a Healthy Relationship? for Teens
Does your boyfriend or girlfriend treat you as well as you treat him or her? Does your BF or GF support you in good times as well as bad? Does he or she get who you really are? Find out if you're in a healthy relationship.
Your Brain & Nervous System for Kids
Your brain is the boss of your body and runs the whole show. Learn more in this article for kids.
5 Ways to Know Your Feelings Better for Teens
Emotional awareness (knowing what we feel and why) helps us learn about ourselves and build good relationships. Here are 5 ways to get more in touch with your emotions.
Although food allergies are more common than ever, people who have them may feel different or embarrassed. A good friend can really help.
What It Means to Be a Friend for Teens
Thousands of you filled out our friendship survey. Find out what some of you said about being a good friend.
Telling Your Partner You Have an STD for Teens
People who have STDs might feel apprehensive about discussing their disease with a partner. Here are some tips on talking to a partner when you have an STD.
Handout: Suicide Prevention (Grades Grades 9 to 12) for Educators
This handout is part of the Teacher's Guide on Suicide Prevention for grades 9 to 12.
My Friend Has HIV. How Can I Help? for Teens
People who have HIV might feel alone and frightened at times. More than anyone, they need good friends like you to lean on and trust.
Love and Romance for Teens
Loving and being loved adds richness to our lives. When people feel close to others they are happier and even healthier. But what makes a good relationship? Find out here.