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- by Ryan Ancona, Teen Talk Reporter - Mother’s Day celebrations just recently took place and it got me thinking, “What about the rest of your family?” It is well known that most teens don’t really spend much time with their family.
* by Ryan Anonca, Teen Talk Reporter * Everyone has that little something he can do- that very special talent, but a lot of people don’t actually know what their talents are. It could be sports, singing, dancing, drawing or even being smart because technically being smart is a talent.
By Ryan Ancona
It’s back to school and most likely a lot of people feel restless and tired because of staying up late and hanging with friends and family during the Easter vacation. So here are some tips to get back on track and be motivated for another good term of schoolwork.
By Ryan Ancona
Everyone has that little group that you ‘hang out’ with either in school or just out in public. But are you in a good one or maybe you want a new group of friends? Here’s what to look out for when deciding to hang out with a different “clique”. Some people call this clique my best friends, or my gang or even my ‘bomb ballies’.
1. Have similar likes
You probably heard about the new rules to San Pedro Carnival this year; some of you might like it but we have heard how others think differently about them. I personally think it is kind of good as it will stop a lot of vandalism that takes place.
Teasing it is pretty much everywhere. It is found at your school, on the streets, and even on the internet. Everyone has gotten teased at one point in his life. Therefore, let’s figure out how to deal with it. First you need to figure out why this person is teasing you. It could be for jealousy, hatred, or maybe just his/her bad habit.
It’s a New Year, which means there are many new adventures ahead for everyone. We don’t know what we may have to do this year or what we will encounter, but all we know is that we should try to make this year the best year you ever had.
So you probably already heard the rumors on the “End of the World” that is suppose to take place on the 21st of December! A lot of people think it’s not real but then there are those who are deep into the idea that the Maya have predicted the end of life as we know it.
So this week I would like to talk about cutting and depression and I believe this is a very big issue with teens today. When going to school I have noticed a lot of people with cut scars on their wrists and these same people that do are the ones that always seem happy and are living a good life.
So every teenager has his own style and way he acts around people. The guys that are usually mean to people will wear gang-related clothing to make them feel like they are part of a gang and, who knows, maybe some of them are. A lot of guys these days will have their pants down way below the waistline and this is what we call “Sagging”. They are even proud of exposing their underwear!
Stress! Everybody, everyday… we all have stress. But not everybody knows how to deal with stress, so here are some ways to deal with stress.
1. Listen to music
Everyone always thinks about the future at some point of their life. It’s either whether what to do tomorrow or even what you want to be in the future. For me, I want to be an actor. That’s why I make YouTube videos to help me practice and also to get me on the spotlight.
So Halloween is coming and no one is ever too old to celebrate and join in on the fun! I sure hope everybody likes to participate, because Halloween is a very great way to get in character and enjoy spooking people.
Bullies are pretty much everywhere. Millions of people around the world are suffering from these bullies almost every minute of the day. Bullying has led to some teens committing suicide because they cannot take the teasing anymore. Now with something so cruel that leads to so many problems why is it that no one has put a stop to it?
Ambergris Today is very happy to welcome its newest and freshest, yet, Teen Talk Reporter. Ryan Ancona is the first male teen reporter and the first 1st Form students from San Pedro High School to take on the position.
Every chapter has an end and unfortunately mine has come to its one. As my senior year has come to an end and having recently graduated, I am soon moving on to start a new chapter of my life as I will be now attending St. Johns College Junior College at Belize City where I will be majoring in Environmental Science.
Teen Talk Reporter Emilie Gomez submits her last article as she bids farewell to San Pedro High School, leave the country on an international tour with the Belize Dance Company and then furthers her education abroad.
Graduation is the action of receiving or conferring an academic degree or the ceremony that is sometimes associated, where students become Graduates. For most Senior’s the time has come to say “good bye to high school and hello to the future!”
With Graduation so near I can’t help but reminiscence on my childhood and all the fun times I’ve had. My high school days are almost complete/over. I speak of childhood as if it was ages away but I know this comes with the adolescence stage. I am positive many can relate. Indulging in thoughts of past memories brings a bitter sweet taste. The fond memories should never be lost.
Embarrassment is an emotional state of intense discomfort with oneself, experienced upon having a socially unacceptable act or condition witnessed by or revealed to others. Embarrassment usually carries the connotation of being caused by an act that is merely socially unacceptable, rather than morally wrong.
Success is something we all strive for. It is more than right to have that motivation in life, but when the satisfaction of winning is the new priority, then that’s when conflict arises. As teens we are constantly being faced with life altering decisions- decisions that we may feel could be the right ones or the horribly wrong ones.
Having a bond with one’s parents is one of the greatest ways teens and parents can communicate but when teenagers are hard-pressed, they need to know when they should phase out a friendship. As parents, they generally don’t want their teenagers to phase out anyone and everyone who hurts their feelings even slightly. Well, we need to meet somewhere in the middle.
The Easter weekend is a "real" Belizean holiday for any number of reasons, not the least of which is the spectacular weather, tips to interesting places for the holidays, and the myriad colors of pink, red, orange, lilac and yellow as the countryside blooms. With over 75% of the Belizean population being Christians, the origin of the four-day holiday weekend has its roots in Christianity.
What is popularity? Popularity is dated back in the early 1490’s derived from the Latin word ‘popularis’ meaning well liked or common. It is a quality in which a large number of people are fond of you, giving you a high social status. Popularity can be attained by the influence of your actions or simply the style you portray physically.
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