If you’ve been reading the blog posts I’ve been posting for the last ten or so months, you probably won’t be shocked to know that most of my inspiration comes from real life issues that I face, or that my classmates face. I write about these issues because I feel they aren’t given enough attention, or because I feel it may be helpful for teens to know that there is a teen out there who understands them, who hears them, who wants to help.
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I wrote a blog post a while ago about leaving for university and leaving your family behind. It’s recently come to my attention that some of you need to be understood from the other side of the situation: having to watch your older siblings leaving for university.
Vacation is over, and in many cases, with back to school comes very little sleep. As awful as not sleeping much is, a lot of teenagers seem to have a problem with it. Their fatigue spills over into the next day, and they struggle to stay awake in class. How does one prevent missing an important class because they’re falling asleep?