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being teens egocentric can stop

being teens egocentric can stop

being teens egocentric can stop

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  • Another example: We had made plans to do something on the weekend, but my mother had to be hospitalized unexpectedly. It means that I walk with gratitude for all that I have right now, regardless of what others around me have. The mountains were different, with snow on top of one, a hut on another and a red cross on top of the other. But, volunteering together at a soup kitchen or a homeless shelter could remind your teen to be a giver, not just a taker.
  • Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph. Giving away an old shirt you don't care about is one thing, but giving your favorite sweater to your little sister or your best friend is another.

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