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Twas a dangerous cliff, as they freely confessed, Though to walk near its crest was so pleasant; But over its terrible edge there had slipped A duke, and full many a peasant. The people said something would have to be done, But their projects did not at all tally. Some said, “Put a fence ’round

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Have you ever been with your teen in the car and heard a sexually degrading song lyric or found yourself changing the channel during a family night? Next time you find yourself in a situation where a song or television show is controversial, ask your teen to interpret what moral is being compromised or challenged.

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The bottom line: Teens want to hang out with their friends. As a parent, it is important that you make your home a welcoming place for other teens so your children feel comfortable hanging out with friends within the safety and comfort of your watchful eye. This simple act of opening your home can make a profound

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According to the Monitoring the Future report, young adults are becoming more likely to participate in events that are not focused on alcohol. The report, which started in 1975, shows a decline in both college age and teen alcohol consumption. Instead, youth are choosing alcohol free events like color runs, board game parties and “juice crawls” (events that

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Texting and driving do not mix. Even a one second glance to read a message can mean disaster. Fortunately, there are ways to decrease the temptation to check your phone while driving: – Turn off your phone. It’s the easiest way to know you won’t be distracted by an incoming text or call while driving.

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Talking about issues like smartphones, eating disorders, Snapchat, video games and sexting with teens can be scary and complicated. But it does not have to be! Axis has created guides to help you understand the things teens face and how to have real conversations without intimidation. Click HERE to view the Axis Parent Guides!

How many times do you find yourself comparing yourself to others? In this video, Comedian Tom Shillue talks about how comparing yourself is unrealistic and will lead to unhappiness. It can be easy to only see the positive and successful parts in someone’s life, but what about the trials and struggles? Shillue states “If you don’t factor

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Anna Weygandt shares her story with Moral Revolution in her article, The 23 Year Old Virgin. Anna describes growing up in an environment where sex was never discussed. She describes being constantly reminded of the negative impacts of sex outside of marriage without being taught that sex is a powerful, bonding, life-giving gift within marriage. Click HERE to

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“You should have sex with the people you date because you need to know you are sexually compatible.” This myth would not be a myth if sex were static. But it is not. Even secular sex columnists agree that sex is composed of learned “skills.” Indeed, sex requires a level of communication, practice and patience. This reality

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When Ashley Bever asked to see her 11-year-old child’s sex education curriculum the instructor was reluctant. Bever told WORLD Magazine of her shock as she read what was being taught in the San Diego public school that her daughter attended. Several times the curriculum, Rights, Respect, Responsibility, instructs middle school students that they can self-refer to a clinic “like

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