Do You Hear Me?

Bernstein, Linda
December 2005
Current Health 2;Dec2005, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p22
This article presents ways to help teenagers assert themselves in a crowd. Experiences show, keeping quiet can damage a person's self-esteem. Teenagers should think back to times when they wish they had been more assertive. Try writing that observations in a journal and then study up. Find an assertive role model one can look to in their own tough moments. Involving friends in a dialogue and trying to compromise are true signs of maturity and a healthy attitude.


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