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Why Teens Need Other Teens

Nadine Briggs

As kids grow up, they start to carve out their own paths apart from their families. It’s a time when they’re figuring out who they want to be as adults, and having a group of friends who accept them becomes super important. Without that, they might feel a bit lost or “untethered”.

It can feel easier to avoid socializing at this stage. Do you have a teen that spends all of their time alone in their room playing video games? It could be that they are like “untethered” balloons, floating around hoping that someone will pull them in and include them in their group.

Give us the string. Perhaps we have the teens they can connect with and consider a friend.

If you have a child/teen/young adult with has difficulty making friends, contact us for a free trial at 978-764-2758 or schedule an intake

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