FOR TEENS

PUTTING A STOP TO STRESS

FOR MANY STUDENTS, THE JUNIOR YEAR OF high school seems to be the most hectic and academically demanding school year. For me, this was no exception. A typical week included taking several honors and AP classes in school, practicing and giving private Irish dance lessons, and tending to my two goats that I am raising through the Future Farmers of America agricultural program (of which I am vice president at my school).

Additionally, it was my third year participating in the Discovery Bound National Leadership Council, a servant leadership program for Christian Scientists based on Bible teachings. All of these activities required a great deal of time and commitment, and sometimes late nights as well.

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