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India's only TeenZine dedicated to teens!
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"Anger is usually caused when others fail to do what you think they should do. They’ve said or done something that fails to meet your expectations. The more open-minded you are, the less likely you are to get angry."
Life coach, +Nidhika Bahl, lets you in on 9 anger management strategies that will help you become a master of this unhealthy emotion.
#angermanagement #anger #negativity
http://theteenagertoday.com/9-techniques-to-help-you-manage-anger/
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Our teen photographers this month...
Kushagra Phartyal / St Theresa’s School, Srinagar Garhwal
Ghazal Gujral / St Mary’s Convent Inter College, Allahabad
Surya Sharma / Delhi Public School , Gwalior
Sinjini Bose / St Mary’s Sr. Sec School, Maligaon
Neelanjana / St Anthony’s Junior College, Agra
Sejal Shingne / Fatima Convent School, Achalpur
http://theteenagertoday.com/photo-pik-september-2018/
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Unique ways people have found to occupy themselves, from ancient times to the present.
http://theteenagertoday.com/time-pass-then-and-now/
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"It is possible for you to feel awkward in some social situations but comfortable in others. Maybe specific people (like a strict teacher or boisterous friend) make you feel stressed out. Or you are more anxious at certain times of the day. When you monitor your discomfort, you begin to realise what makes you uncomfortable and you can take additional steps to work on these moments by mentally preparing yourself to feel calm," says psychiatrist Dr Shefali Batra, founder of MINDFRAMES and co-founder of +InnerHour.
http://theteenagertoday.com/do-you-think-too-much-about-what-people-think-about-you/
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"'Lynching'" is an insult to human dignity. What do you think?"

E-mail your views to editorial@theteenagertoday.com before September 10, 2018. Your opinion could be published in our October 2018 issue.

Include your name, age, school/college, city and a casual pic of yourself.
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18-year-old Hima Das has matured from a little-known village girl to India’s first ever woman athlete to win an individual gold on the tracks in any global meet. Hima’s moment of glory came at the recent World Junior Athletic Championships at Tampere, Finland. Gp Capt Achchyut Kumar takes a look at Hima's fast and furious rise to glory.
#HimaDas #DhingExpress #Assam
http://theteenagertoday.com/hima-das-indias-newest-golden-girl/
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Our September 2018 issue features Hima Das, India's newest golden girl, on the cover!
#HimaDas #DhingExpress #Assam
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On 24 June 2018, at the age of 12 years, 10 months and 13 days, Praggnanandhaa R., or Praggu for short, became the second youngest-ever and youngest-ever Indian to become a chess Grand Master. Gp Capt Achchyut Kumar profiles this young growing challenge in the chess world of adults.
#PraggnanandhaaR #Praggu #chess
http://theteenagertoday.com/praggu-indias-new-teenage-sensation/
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"We are a society that duly applauds selflessness. We are rightfully taught to value, respect and serve others, and are rather appreciated for it. But how can we do all of this for another when we don’t place a fair value on our own self? Why do we feel we’re not good enough, and then make the world bash us for the same? Charity begins at home."
— Dr Shefali Batra, psychiatrist and cognitive therapist, in Teen Space
+MINDFRAMES +InnerHour
#self
http://theteenagertoday.com/whos-the-most-important-person-in-your-life/
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