Being a teenager is hard. They need our help!
Do you remember those teenage years? We do too! It is easy to feel overwhelmed and alone, but Teen Life exists to equip, encourage and empower teenagers to live life better. Get involved in one of the following ways:
Why Support Groups?
We believe that Support Groups offer teenagers a safe place to ask questions, receive the emotional support they need, and develop healthy peer and mentor relationships.
If these support groups do not exist, teenagers are going to continue to fall between the cracks. Instead of complaining about the current state of our culture, let’s encourage, equip and empower this next generation to make better choices.
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We were so thankful to have Teen Life available to meet with our students. With more demands on the school counselor’s time, it is great to have a reliable option for help with our students. We are already thinking about how we want to use TL next year.
It has been a great blessing to walk beside these kids on their turf, to equip them with some tools to help break the generational cycles of self-esteem, relationship, and spiritual poverty, and to assist them in casting a vision on where they want to be and how they might get there.
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What makes a positive or negative role model? Chris and Karlie discuss what influences teens most and they tackle drug slang for the most common drugs.
Chris and Karlie talk pros and cons of internet gaming, as well as current game trends you should know about.
Chris & Karlie get real on the reasons behind the most common difficulties between adults & teens. They also explore “likes” and teens’ mental health .
Chris and Karlie dive into driving and Gen Z. They also take a closer look at the darker side of YouTube and how it’s probably affecting you and your teen.
It’s our job as parents and helpers to guide teens into adulthood, and screen habits are as much a part of our lives today as brushing teeth and eating vegetables.
Chris and Karlie discuss pronouns and how the mental health of LGBTQ youth is impacted when pronouns are respected.