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Instagram has created a generation of consumers obsessed with making their lives look perfect and some are apparently spending thousands of dollars to do so.

The problem here is that no one is perfect, and although you don't get to see that through the lens of a camera, it does exist.
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A state lawmaker says he has a way to stop bullies: Fine their parents up to $750.

“Parental accountability is a big factor in bullying,” Burns said. “A lot of parents refuse to believe that their son or daughter is bullying people. They want to believe that their kid is great and would not do such a thing.”

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Help our teen cope with the death of a friend. Unfortunately, too many parents will have to help their teen cope with the loss of a friend. Accidents such as automobile crashes, poisoning, drowning, discharge of a firearm, suicide and cancer are among the most common causes of youth deaths.

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We are in the business of life-change. Take a hold of your life and take the step to start living well and let us help.
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Disconnect from your past as it will only keep you there and prevent you from moving forward. The ways you'll benefit from avoiding your ex on social media go deeper than 'out of sight, out of mind.’ For most a breakup requires space and time away to start creating a new “normal”.
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Mental illness exists and is present in American society, take a look.
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There's a reason people choose to put their best foot forward online, so it makes sense that our online personas and relationships, are a shinier, more perfect version than the real thing. The trouble comes when we stop assuming the same of others.
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Letting your partner understand what you’re going through is the only way they’ll be able to fully support you. Tell them how they can best support you during these times. Obviously you might not know exactly what you need or what will help, but if there’s anything that you know you’d appreciate (or not appreciate) from them when your symptoms are at their worst, let your partner know.
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Madisonians are fighting against depression this spring through Paint the Town Yellow, a series of optimism-themed events and collaboration projects in Madison, New Jersey!
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When we think of a depressed person, we tend to think of someone who acts sad. But, depression can play out in many different ways. Keep a look out for dropping grades, irritability, dropping out of activities, and constant complaints.
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