5 Things That can Reduce the Risk of Drug Addiction in Your Teenager

By Greenbrier Academy / June 28, 2017

  Drugabuse.gov states that in 2013, approximately 24.6 million Americans over the age of 11 used illegal drugs. While your teenager may not seem like the type to use drugs, drug use is a problem that isn’t restricted to class, social standing or age. Marijuana is a big problem throughout the United States, with 22.7…

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Teen Grief Relief – 7 Ways to Help

By Greenbrier Academy / June 24, 2017

A teenage girl sits beside a hospital bed, holding the hand of her dying grandfather. Tears roll down her cheeks; she knows the end is near, yet doesn’t want to acknowledge it. After 13 days in hospice, her grandfather takes his last breath, and her world is shattered. Grief overwhelms her, envelopes her. She’s having…

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Your Words Have Power: 4 Things to Never Say to Your Teen

By Greenbrier Academy / June 9, 2017

  Insecurity is the feeling that you’re simply not good enough. This type of low self-confidence can be a crippling and painful experience for a teenager- and an awful one for a parent to witness, especially if you feel helpless in the situation. Insecurities can drive teens to make wrong choices in life, cause a…

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Is Your Daughter Just Angry or Are You Raising an Angry Teen?

By Greenbrier Academy / June 7, 2017

Adolescence can be a tough and confusing time for teens. They often feel trapped between their childhood and becoming an adult. It’s a time of exploration. They’re beginning to develop more serious relationships with others, learning to drive and making decisions about what they want to do with the rest of their life. At the…

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How Divorce Can Impact Your Daughter

By Greenbrier Academy / June 3, 2017

  Even under the best of circumstances, divorce is a painful process for parents and children both. Although almost adults, teenagers are not immune from the impact of divorce. While every family is different and every teenager is different, studies show that in many cases, teens that come from divorced families: – Have higher rates…

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Serving Her Community: 5 Mental Health Benefits for Your Teen

By Greenbrier Academy / June 2, 2017

At Greenbrier Academy for Girls, we offer students multiple opportunities throughout the year to express the virtues they’ve learned through Aspirations through service to others. Girls are able to participate in many different projects, including Food for Children, Habitat for Humanity, local animal shelters and Walk for Breast Cancer. Aside from local service, students at our…

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