Comments on
Techniques for Teens: How to Cope with Your Emotions

By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.
Associate Editor

Techniques for Teens: How to Cope with Your EmotionsAs anyone who’s ever been a teen knows, adolescence is rough. You’re trying to figure out who you are. You’re going through normal, yet weird-to-you, physical changes.

You’re dealing with peer pressure and possible bullies, all the while trying to succeed in school.

The good news is that even though the teen years are tough, there are skills you can learn to make the inevitable challenges a lot easier.

Learning to healthfully cope with your feelings is one of those skills. Here’s a few techniques to take away with you if you’re a teen and trying to deal with your emotions better.

Join the Conversation!

Before posting, please read our blog moderation guidelines.

Post a Comment:


(Required, will be published)

(Required, but will not be published)

(Optional)

Recent Comments
  • wordpill: You delete and entire book to get rid of writers’ block? Let’s call that the ‘chopping...
  • disequilibrium1: I so agree at Tbird. A client can be utterly compliant, rip and bleed from all her old wounds,...
  • Mickey: I found out that I have a sister from my father’s affair 27 years ago. It was and still is the family...
  • Unique: As far as Christianity is concerned, the niche in which brother Paul maintained in the holy book of the...
  • Hank Roberts: New link for an article I was sure I’d posted long ago: http://www.aia.org/groups/e...
Subscribe to Our Weekly Newsletter


Find a Therapist
Enter ZIP or postal code