Adolescence is a crucial period for developing social and emotional skills important for good mental well-being. Being a mentally healthy young person requires practicing: a healthy sleep pattern; regular exercise; develop coping and problem-solving skills, improve communication skills and learn how to manage emotions. But apart from that, the supporting environment for young people is the family, the school and the wider community.Read more
Light, fresh food full of fiber and protein affects your feelings.
Being physically active in the long run provides you with excellent physical and mental health.
Good and quality sleep directly affects your circadian rhythm, your feelings and thoughts.
Restore your peace, tranquility and balance with guided meditations that calm the mind and emotions.
Improve your communication skills to help you connect with your peers and gain self-confidence.
Learn how to recognize your own and other people's emotions in order to skillfully deal with anger and aggression.
Teachers truly are the backbone of society. They are role models for children, offer guidance and dedication and give young people the power of education. Because of teachers, countries like North Macedonia are able to further develop socially and economically. But in the classroom where teachers are every day in contact with the young children, it is a different situation.Read more
ANG Bullying is aggressive behavior that is intentional and involves an imbalance of power or strength. It is a repeated behavior and can be physical, verbal, or relational.Read more
As young people enter adolescence, their desire for secure relationships with adults other than their parents increases. Meaningful inclusion of youth in activities that will be realized mutually with the teachers can show a wide range of positive outcomes among them such as increased sense of belonging, competence, trust and dialogue.
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