Scientists have even gone ahead to describe these acts as moral beauty or profound virtue. They have even described this feeling as a high, or an emotional state, a moral elevation.
Emma White is a suicide survivor, published author, youth speaker, trainer, and above all. . . an outstanding human being. Jessie and Emma geek out on everything mental health-related in today’s episode.
During a conversation with a good friend of mine, during the second half of March 2020, he mentioned that it would be great if I could find a way to help local businesses for free. I do a lot of social media as part of my work, so it seemed a logical step to take in support of our community.
Teenagers are rising up from around the globe to take a stand, to take action and create a lasting change in communities around the world. %%sitename%%
Being a teenager in 2018 vastly different then a generation ago. The influx of social media and cell phone usage by teens is at an all time high, which is both a blessing and a curse. Unfortunately teens use their social media accounts, as their primary gauge of popularity and self-worth, which puts added pressure onto parents to ensure they develop confident young adults. But there are 5 specific things that mothers can tell their daughters that will boost their self-confidence and self-image.
In 2020 alone, 73% of students reported having been bullied in their lifetime. Of that 73%, 44% of them pointed out that the bullying had happened to them within the past 30 days. While it might be easy to simply focus on students, it is important to note that the problem exists and is somewhat entrenched in today’s society.
She went from being bullied to becoming the bully. . . then creating a career to be an advocate to help those who both bullied and are bullies. Phew, talk about full-circle. Jessie Funk has two masters degree, in the home-run stretch of her Phd and is currently a therapist for male teens.