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For Teens

It is what it is

When you’re faced with a problem, do you “use” Christian Science to address it? This author explains how healing happens more readily when we understand that we aren’t “using” Christian Science to fix something.

Feeling annoyed?

Is annoyance something we just have to live with? One writer says, “no,” and shares the spiritual ideas that helped free her from it.

Through a new lens—our brilliance!

Ultraviolet light is invisible to the eye. The frequency of its wavelengths is so fast that the eye doesn’t register its existence.

The greatest gift

When it seems like there’s so much going wrong in the world, is there anything we can do to help? There is. And it begins with letting the light of Christ shine in our own “dark places.”

Pay attention!

Stumped by a project, this author had a breakthrough when she realized the idea she needed was already there. All she had to do was pay attention and trust God, divine Mind, to lead the way. 

Facing down fatigue

It seemed like there was no solution. She hadn’t gotten any sleep and wouldn’t be able to get much more for a couple days. Was there a spiritual solution to her fatigue? This author discovered: Yes!

Finding my worth

Struggling with a lack of confidence, this author found inspiration and healing as she learned to pray for herself more effectively and understood more clearly that she was fully loved by God—at every moment.

Can we tell the future?

This author found herself looking ahead to a project with stress and dread. But two simple steps shifted her perspective and brought her a conviction of the presence of God’s goodness—and speedy success.

Where do I belong?

Struggling to find friends and a feeling of belonging at her new school, this author found an answer to her problems by getting a new perspective—a spiritual perspective.

How do you know?

When you’re facing a tough moral decision, how can you know if you’re really headed in the right direction? One author shares, from her own experience, how she’s found spiritual sense to be a reliable, and unerring, guide.