The teenage years are hard on everyone - the teenager themselves, their friends, and their family. Teenage boys have certain - and sometimes incorrect - stereotypes attached to them, such as always being angry, moody, violent, and rude. These stereotypes are based on, in part, infrequent situations that tend to be remembered. Whether you are the friend, girlfriend or parent of a teenage boy, you should not assume these stereotypes will apply to the boy you know. To create this article, 19 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time.
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Your existing relationships may change as you get older. Learn about different types of relationships, from friendship to dating, as well as important social skills. Our family relationships are the first place we learn about love and how to care for other people. View all Relationships and Social Skills Articles.
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The goal of this course is to address the issue of adolescent mental health. Adolescents experiencing mental and physical signs of conditions such as ADHD, extreme stress, anxiety, sleep disorders, depression and suicidality are prevalent across our broad community. This course is intended to improve the quality of life for adolescent patients through the blending of primary care, behavioral health and prevention services.