What adolescents (or teenagers) need to thrive | Charisse Nixon | TEDxPSUErie

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Charisse Nixon is a development psychologist who studies at risk behavior as well as protective factors among children and adolescents. According to Nixon, we know that kids and adults are suffering. In fact, some research studies have shown that rates of depression and anxiety have actually increased over the past 50 years. According to recent research, we know that approximately 1 in 5 youth will suffer from a major depressive episode by the time they leave high school. In the middle of our fast paced, technologically driven world, adolescents stand before you - searching for purpose… searching to fit in and belong. After decades of research of those who have studied this field, one thing is very clear: meaningful connections serve as protective factors in the lives of our youth. Nixon shares her ideas on how we can help our youth build those meaningful connections.
Dr. Charisse Nixon is currently a Professor of Psychology at Penn State Behrend. She trains educators throughout the United States providing a unique integration of empirical research and practical strategies to help caring adults create environments that optimize children and adolescents’ developmental outcomes. Her research interests currently include studying effective prevention and intervention efforts related to reducing peer mistreatment and its associated harm. Building students’ resiliency through mentoring is a core tenet of her work. Charisse has a heart for young people-for young people to actually thrive and not just survive, to be the best that they can be.
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@normahoogendyk5664 Yıl önce
How I wish someone was around when I needed to be pulled out of an environment that did not "ruin" my life, but definitely added stress, abuse and frustration just trying to survive. I am 80 years old, a retired Registered Nurse and still feel the need to do something that will let less fortunate people have hope and find support for the child left behind. Thank you, so much. You are an incredible woman and very much appreciated. Presently, I am pursuing a degree in Health, Human and Social Services😊
@conniesenne913 Yıl önce
I am sooooo proud of you.
@maureenahern-luna5877 Yıl önce
This must be shared and watch it again and again. I work with elementary children they know bullying is not allowed yet it begins in vary subtle ways. It's learned behavior and we all need to learn to be kind and encouraging and yes we are all broken! STAY HUMBLE AND GRATEFUL 💞
@Healthyrunningworld 7 yıl önce
"All she needed was an acknowledgement." That is so amazingly deep. She changed my heart with that. This was beautiful.
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@takodareece7073 3 yıl önce
@linamarie84 Yıl önce
I thought that was common sense
@angelamossucco2190 3 aylar önce
Vulnerability such as sharing my background, mistakes and struggles -past and present - is an essential aspect of how I relate to my students and increasingly my children.
@annateves8944 3 yıl önce
This woman's on point! I teach HS and I'm sharing this with my students and their parents.
@WhittneySKilgore 4 yıl önce
This was awesome! Changing the culture would change the lives of so many people.. I'm on a mission to promote this very same thing! Keep spreading this knowledge and positivity!
@cathywhite6231 2 yıl önce
This is a great presentation. I’m a school nurse working with middle school students. This is so powerful . I will be sure to share with my colleagues. Thank you
@blueskysunnyday6239 2 yıl önce
Thank you for this! On the first day of school I have my tenth grade students write a thank you letter to any teacher they have ever had. It’s so fun to see the teacher they choose and why.
@MelanieLiCausiLeveledlLearning Yıl önce
This is so Amazingly informative. I can testify to these elements creating resilience for me as a young child during my parents divorce conflict. We can't prevent children from difficult situations, but there's definitely hope!
@esmevasquez675 11 aylar önce
Maybe this video is not the solution but give us precious information about our adolescents, for example now I understand why he is always defensive and angry with my responses or attitudes, he thinks he is being attacked. I’m so grateful with this woman for sharing her knowledge.
@singha6 2 yıl önce
This is an excellent lecture and also the speaker’s struggles and courage really moved me.
@bboyneon92 3 yıl önce
Very underrated. An important lesson. Glad I came across this. I'm spreading this amongst people I know.
@haydenmiskow1542 2 yıl önce
Dr. Nixon you inspire so many people, thanks for teaching!
@martynrichards9377 4 yıl önce
Clearly this talk has 'worked' for a lot of people, judging by the comments. And to be fair, a lot of what Charisse says is both interesting and helpful; it also sounds 'right'. Intuitively, there is a lot to connect with (a key theme). It's great, too, that people have talks such as this to refer to, when experiencing issues in their family relationships. But I found this talk hard going after a while. It is longer than most Tedx talks, and she has a fairly forceful delivery, including a tendency to repeat, which jars after a while. But don't let that stop you watching the whole thing! There are many good points, with anecdotes (perhaps better with some more scientific underpinning?).
@LordVilmore 4 yıl önce
Yes, I had to stop, too hard to watch. Maybe some other time...
@lisahansen2696 3 yıl önce
I wish she would have given real-life examples of what humility looks like in 2020 life situations, for example, "do this" "not this"... I think most of us think we are humble, but are we? What does showing up look like and feel like for (Parents and teens) and (teens and teens)? What does deep connection look like feel like? What does repairing a relationship look like? Where is that book? I think I am doing those things, but my kids are still depressed, alone, and have extreme pressure!! I can not believe with so many FAKE FRIENDS. I think we play a role, but the PEERS play a more significant role in how they feel about themselves and the dad's need to step up with the daughter's confidence.
@TrueBlueBoogie 3 yıl önce
Lisa Torkkola I agree - there’s no doubt she understands the cause-and-effect and she can identify characteristics and traits. But I was really waiting to hear specific examples rather than just emotional platitudes.
@danielle7729 2 yıl önce
Yes, that would be very helpful. I get everything she's saying, but I don't always know how to put it into play.
@dreamerbell_ 2 yıl önce
We watched this video for class and wow, it's really great. Everything she said stuck to me. Thank you
@heathervalle4583 5 yıl önce
This is fantastic! Any chance somebody could add subtitles to this so I can show it to my students?
@kashyiawilliams5185 6 yıl önce
I’m 16 and I needed this video to help me out with my depression and it did now I can pass it on to my sister and brothers and mom
@christinalopez6610 4 yıl önce
Good for you for taking control of your life!
@gymnast2890 3 yıl önce
It's not easy, but what a wonderful person you are for taking the initiative & having so much empathy thinking of your family. You are a truly special young person. You're a gem. You might want to check out PierreXO on YT, he's a little older, but he talks about important things having to do with your generation. His channel is a smart young community & in my opinion, some of the best minds & hearts of the future. Much love♥️♥️🌎🌎☮☮
@OpiumMonkey 3 yıl önce
How have you been lately?
@HeiMarLy 3 yıl önce
Kashyia Williams yeah let us know how you’re doing now.
@dorisbusanoovado3515 2 yıl önce
Those 4 Gems are also what adults need to thrive. This video made me realize that adults are similar to adolescents and have some growing up to do.
@madwolf7793 Yıl önce
I have been raised without phones and devices and friends just my family. And the connection I’ve gotten from having a phone is so great. I’ve been able to make and keep friends bc of it.
@valiandria1836 2 yıl önce
we’re watching and analyzing this talk in 12th grade english right now. I ended up mentioning it to my mom and therapist. I knew I was defensive, and now I understand that it’s not just me like I had thought, that there’s a reason why I believe people are antagonizing me even when they say otherwise. huh.
@janesawemazingevents 11 aylar önce
Usually, we'll think about sharing this because someone else needs to hear it, and they may. But as I pause, take a moment and think on how has this impacted me? Where can I be the change for someone today? To extend a physical hand, as oppose to a message, because when I needed it there was noone there to display that empathy, humility... This was great delivery.
@mirandaburke3331 3 yıl önce
I'm almost 19 and have no idea what I want to do with my life, but i always knew it would be to help the development of self esteem of kids, specifically older kids. Maybe il be a developmental psychologist!!
@cow8212 2 yıl önce
@lacisandefur6023 Yıl önce
I can help you bc I’m bored lol 😂 and plus I like helping people
@neviacorea85 3 yıl önce
Very well said,spiritually can even make stronger connections
@bernadettefern 2 yıl önce
Charisse, I am wondering if Cindy had health challenges caused by deficiencies in nutrients and protective factors due to limited breastfeeding (if done at all by your mother while she was building your body). Focus by the mother on the already-born infant (rather than on the mate and the conception of another child so soon) should help with optimal lactation as well as non-biological essentials. There would be no competition for maternal resources during the early developmental stages. Total, uninterrupted involvement with and nursing of the child is more likely to assist with normal or at least improved development and can forestall the re-impregnating of a woman. This natural common child-spacing while breastfeeding is well known. I was born only 9.5 months after my sister. Hmmm...
@ruth-ellarichard9716 4 yıl önce
Awesome, I learnt a lot from this video as a teen coach.
@leadimentoobrien1221 Yıl önce
This is what I've been telling my kids. I'm wiser than I thought I was!
@pebblemoore3435 3 yıl önce
I'm 13 and in every friend group I've been in in the two years or so as soon as we start sharing stuff about ourselves and get past basic stuff like favorite colors we just go to "you guys wanna know about my trauma and list of mental disorders and mental illnesses?"
@mmapng 2 yıl önce
This generations f*cked up cant even talk with my classmates because they are always depressed😞
@PlatORgone 2 yıl önce
@@mmapng sorry. I hope you have (acknowledging) non-parent adults in your 🌎. Maybe seek until found. Best to you on this journey lasting to brain age 25. Hang tight...does get better!
@ignatiusjacob8419 Yıl önce
Thanku for an interesting talk. the four gems, empathy, gratitude, forgiveness and humility change our hearts but our focus. Cheers
@gemmabyrne9272 10 aylar önce
Thank you so much for this. I'm trying to find the 40-yr longitudinal study mentioned at the beginning of this talk - does anyone know where I can read about it?
@sebastianwrites 3 yıl önce
And perhaps I was too quick to judge in part initially... spot on when we must develop a more "caring" society!
@notjohndoe6878 4 yıl önce
This lady has some excellent points
@anyhowsay8659 4 yıl önce
On the other side of the globe the stuff mentioned here are taught day in day out at home & in school. We call them values. But it sounded like a whole new discovery here, so deep. Like a lost civilization
@Bunny131 4 yıl önce
@gymnast2890 3 yıl önce
@pandalvr2003 3 yıl önce
@nancysander5780 3 yıl önce
Keep up your amazing work. We need you.
@sebastianwrites 3 yıl önce
I think people such as what Charisse says is part of the problem, when we treat this group so differently. And 'yes' absolutely agree when say young people are exploited and spend too much time on their phones, and in fact we nearly all do. That's a problem for our entire society!
@alejandramitre5534 2 yıl önce
this is awesome thanks, will bring it to live with my teenagers!
@StoicaeRegem 4 yıl önce
Great lecture!! 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻
@IsraelCountryCube 4 yıl önce
Great? AMAZING!!! oh waIt its the same word XD
@tabithatierney6512 2 yıl önce
It’s really tough when they have a mental illness on top of this! I’m about to lose it tbh! It’s hard to make time for this all when I have to work fulltime and I’m single 🤦🏽‍♀️🥲
@sarahharrelson2453 Yıl önce
Same. Single mom of 2 and my oldest has ASD, with anxiety and adhd surfacing in aggressive ways. I feel like I'm drowning just trying to keep her healthy. She is fighting me through the journey and I'm just as lost as she is
@jayemartin9610 Yıl önce
Probably the best 30 minutes I have spent since I can remember. Phenomenal!
@CP-ww1nj 3 yıl önce
My eyes are about to explode as this video helped me so much as a mother.
@StormSheldon 6 yıl önce
EMPATHY * GRATITUDE* FORGIVENESS* HUMILITY = 4 gems we need to pass onto our Kids; in order for them to THRIVE.
@bryan_mancia2549 3 yıl önce
You don’t forgive your kids you accepts them
@KJ-lb4tj 2 yıl önce
@@bryan_mancia2549 there are many times you accept, but when they take meths and stab someone... Something other than acceptance needs to kick in. You are striding hard on the road of enabling
@scottgoulette8900 Yıl önce
@@bryan_mancia2549 The qualities listed are skills/traits adolescents need to LEARN and be taught, not what parents/adults necessarily do TO THEM.
@kinyettabranner8419 2 yıl önce
Excellent lecture
@anessamitchell6340 3 yıl önce
Thank you so much for sharing this invaluable information BEST Ted Talk yet!!
@ATruePotatoGamer 3 yıl önce
As a 15 year old, this is true.
@joanlynch5271 3 yıl önce
If you are here and you are fifteen, you will have a good life .
@ATruePotatoGamer 3 yıl önce
@milliesadielucy 6 yıl önce
excellent and so common sense but said beautiful. Thank you for organizing it perfectly
@darkellaslayer7067 2 yıl önce
we are expected to act like adults and be treated like kids- thats when u dk ur identity and i realized how as a teen - like i fill every criteria of the 4 gems but im surrounded with adults who arent as optimistic as i am and they arent at all accepting
@connorosullivan5337 3 yıl önce
now let's just imagine if you grouped all the problem-filled, struggling adolescents in one place and forced them to work under extreme pressure for stuff they mostly don't want to do. That would be horrible...oh wait...hang on a sec...
@datboi1026 3 yıl önce
Wow, that is surprisingly relatable and familiar, wonder where/what that is.
@mos-wd4zs 3 yıl önce
Lol that’s like school
@wyzolma99 3 yıl önce
Nailed it💖
@adaptercrash 11 aylar önce
That's what you are you get stuck in it
@arianaalvarez6579 11 aylar önce
If it's fun or something they can possibly enjoy atleast for a moment that's the difference that they will always remember
@shynes23sh 2 yıl önce
This really blessed me. Thank you sooooo much
@NeaBania 6 yıl önce
Best thing I heard in a very long time. Thank you!
@leonardcartwrighti.v.1663 6 yıl önce
@zenith2480 4 yıl önce
lovely....ground truth thats not realised by any of the adults these days. Well presented
@Healthyrunningworld 7 yıl önce
Yes, the adolescence info is pretty on point.
@johnfortner357 6 yıl önce
Christi-Anne Is it? I feel like assuming EVERY adolescent struggles with perspective taking is rather unfair Edit: the needs part is good, but certain struggles cannot be applied to all, and it is impossible to claim that adolescents are only concerned with their phones based on some "sixth graders walking down a hallway on their phones"
@michelleorton1718 5 yıl önce
Just ignore him. ☺
@gymnast2890 3 yıl önce
@@johnfortner357 That would be the vast majority of America. What Country do you live in? Also, the perspective taking is based on research...it's just the way the brain works. I refused to let my son get his driver's license at 16 because research has shown without a doubt their brains aren't developed enough to assess risk-taking behavior, etc at 16.
@carolyncervantes6828 3 yıl önce
Wonderful Tedtalk----thank you so much!!!!!
@bernadettefern 2 yıl önce
While I was in training as a Prevention Specialist I learned to say “children at risk”, rather than a labeling adjective such as “at risk children”. Something similar is “I am a diabetic or an arthritic” instead of “I have diabetes or arthritis”.
@LightRenowned 3 yıl önce
What if those basic needs weren’t provided during adolescence and you find yourself struggling later in life in your thirties. I suppose I understand the importance of providing the best I can for my own children.
@rachaelatkins6314 3 yıl önce
She said so herself that people can still learn when they are older; it is just a smaller window and makes it harder. One just needs to be dedicated and be mindful to improve. It's simple, not easy.
@swaminathangnanasambandam7940 3 yıl önce
Definitely one of the best ted talks.
@SahnigReingeloetet 4 yıl önce
It scares me how accurate this is
@optimistindevenire3442 3 yıl önce
👍👏👏👏❤️❤️❤️ Wonderfully true ❤️
@PauloDaCostaGuimaraes 5 yıl önce
I want to thank you . Just had a dificult holiday with my 15 y. o. son and his lovely 14 y.o. girlfriend, enjoyng they're amazing first holiday together, stayng up all night and giving me and my girlfriend a hard time . I realized suddenly, that not only is my son a tenager but that "I" ! I am a fader of a teenager. Suddenly my son is not good anymore, he must get good grades, he does not want to speak to me...but i am doing exactly the same! Is just that my son was a great conversator. He loved to speak when he was a young child. He always had lots of initiatives. He was always there! and that has changed. Now its more up to me. I have to do something actively for that connection with him. That is very confronting to me because i realize now after seeing your video how much I have changed with age. I became too confortable in my own litle life. I dont need much so i dont need to reach out to others. Now i realize if i want to help my son i have to change that. That is huge in all aspects. Thanks again for your elucidating words!
@richarddobos264 3 yıl önce
"im good, son bad, i fix, son good, im hero".
@Paulistaninha 4 yıl önce
thank you. It does help me understand adolescence.
@shabnamkashmiri4513 Yıl önce
awesome talk.
@MenofHighValue 4 yıl önce
The problem in today’s society is that very few of us ever grow up. This talk talks to all of us, and especially men. We have to rise up and become true masculine men, that provide and protect our women and children. Thanks for this wonderful talk! :)
@silverlinings3946 2 yıl önce
I might speak only for myself, but I don't need protecting by men. Throughout my life, I needed protecting from men, and their "masculinity". And not in the way you might think. So stop being so full of himself, and show some humility, and instead of "masculinity", strive for being human instead. Show up for people, not for "women and children". You have no idea how patronising it sounds. Women and children don't need protecting. They need opportunities to thrive, they need equal rights, they need wars to stop, they need to stop being controlled and they need to be happy. Have you ever seen a happy child? Truly happy child? That child does not need protection, because she has love.
@acornhomestead3575 2 yıl önce
I kinda disagree, my friend wants her man to be "masculine and protect her" but she is good at protecting herself, (as am I) so being protected is not am issue for some. I don't think it's that we need to grow up, I think we need to be responsible and those are 2 very different things. Being responsible means doing things to protect, have fun, connecting to others, being responsible is paying bills, laundry, getting outside for exercise/walks/fresh air. "Growing up" takes all the fun out of life and its supposed to be fun! You'll get more out of being alive if you connect and have more fun.
@HelloKittyFreak96 6 yıl önce
Amazing talk
@leonardcartwrighti.v.1663 6 yıl önce
June Jara -.-
@anneespejo3638 2 yıl önce
So good !! Thank you
@fiarubold 6 yıl önce
Adolescents see anger where there is none? Stuff makes sense now.
@unknownbeing9611 4 yıl önce
Nano sounds like most of my problems.... sort of
@TrueBlueBoogie 3 yıl önce
Nano it means when that troubled adolescent sees an emotional response to them and it’s difficult for them to identify immediately go to anger and substitute that. For example, a troubled adolescent, Bill as a relationship with another adolescent named Matt. Bill and Matt I have a disagreement and Bill is made to feel that he’s let down Matt. But Bill can’t identify why Matt is disappointed so Bill assumes the maddest angry. And more than likely will assume that Matt is angry at him.
@aishasiddiqa2902 11 aylar önce
Thank you !!!
@sunnydee196 4 yıl önce
21:12 Forgiveness and also humility. I really want to find a way to drive this one home with my son. Everything and everyone slights him everyday (by his perspective) and he holds on to that like it’s his buoy. I’ve been trying to teach him humility since he was in elementary school. Nope! Maybe if I try to fit forgiveness in at another angle.....
@gymnast2890 3 yıl önce
You can't teach it, you have to show it. If he has not been showing humility since grade school it's definitely a defense mechanism. Find out why he feels he needs to protect himself so strongly before forgiveness. Remember, these aren't personality traits he was born with, it's learned behavior from his environment influenced by his personality traits. Good luck. Light&love♥️♥️🌎☮☮
@torriepenney936 2 yıl önce
seeing someone forgive another..how often do children get directed to that process? saying sorry works when it adds in the Stand in their shoes Point of View. That is where it takes a lot of time. If parents do not talk about "Considering another" in any depth, children will just have no structure about Apologizing. We have to show apologies (be humble We made mistakes). Helps that the other person sees you Felt in order to amend your part, thus bringing the relationship back to The calm, happy state. Which is what i believe relationship Is about, you are not just doing it for temporary reasons. There was a great article about the genuine apology, taking the personality of another into account..saying more to ensure you Do not wish to repeat that sort of harm. AND (after thinking about it) speaking about how you will show more consideration. IE. I will put my wet laundry into the dryer after work/school..I will call you when I arrive at X. Purpose: the relationship between people requires updates, ways to keep them in the know, so things dont come as a surprise (WE HOPE). And of course more particular talking about Emotions, or how someone did not bring it into context (reasonably, because you both matter period). It is work, but helps to define how we can make Us sort out things, Like have health, forgive..know to add the new improved idea. That then aids in facing every day movement, planning ahead..We want it to work, RIGHT? Anyway, the apology that goes over how you want to add a Right action shows Ownership. Doing that shows the other You do that in yourself..a way to be in relationships..WIN WIN. They feel heard, responded to with plus vs minusses. Really appreciate Charisse's Overview here. Major Applause and Respect for Putting this into a Plan that is about Hope. Pscyh grad, mentor of children, survivors of traumatic brain injuries, learner about my son with a learning "differences", It takes heart and willingness to put my stuff on the side. Living with meaningful bonds is never just about ourselves...keep aiming to show You want understanding to be the Main Theme. Do the Hokey Pokey..we practised that. So Getting good at forgiving, being other oriented, not forgetting yourself, I wonder what WE Could DO!!??
@hosoekjung2349 2 yıl önce
I am responsible for transferring those gems to others. Thank you💚💚
@annieking2920 2 yıl önce
I wish there were subtitles
@MrMohor 5 yıl önce
Thanke you for your perspective! Now I have to explore what is impression management... :) :)
@hiyathere599 2 yıl önce
Damn social media, my daughter is going through this. They can’t put that damn phone down and see their friends having fun while they’re sitting in their bedrooms and making bad choices with friends.
@maureenflagg2216 9 aylar önce
How is she now? My daughter is going through this too
@anitayawale915 3 yıl önce
Dear Charisse Ma'am Thank you for the wonderful information. I really appreciate your genuine concern for the youth. I pray to Lord Krishna for your long and healthy life. I would love to meet you. Love you. Lord Krishna bless you with long life. Have a wonderful day.
@osharedayz3762 Yıl önce
This is a 1st world problem... Just send your teens & adolescents to volunteer in developing nations; problem solved! Little to no technology, no time to self-obsess, lots of connections, empathy, & compassion on display. & when they return to their normal lives in the 1st world, they'll have plenty gratitude & a whole lot of perspective!
@marjoriebarriosboland1503 14 gün önce
Spot on! Absolutely agree with you.
@isaacfileger3307 Yıl önce
That’s my professor!!!
@LebD 3 yıl önce
Humility isn't valued in today's society because it's often interpreted as a lack of confidence.
@tabithatierney6512 2 yıl önce
Oh I’m feeling there is no hope! I’ve been dealing with these behaviors since she was freaking 6
@Shootingstarz22 3 yıl önce
amazing and so relevant to right now.
@alpheusf.kamara1335 Yıl önce
I'm 14 and it true about us teens
@leadimentoobrien1221 Yıl önce
U r lucky u found this young
@k.stanley1883 4 aylar önce
Could you possibly go in and request autocaptions for this video? I'd like to utilize it for a course but I can't as it isn't accessible to students who need captions.
@cavsomecadence6117 3 yıl önce
This was positive.
@bfirmage Yıl önce
I think this is a good talk and agree with the 4 gems, but how?? How do you get them to practice gratitude...?
@peterhicks5590 2 yıl önce
They need someone free room & board ,to pay for their latest £1000 + fashion statement phone and either to buy them a car or act as a taxi driver ,thats what they need !
@Tanzanight-yo9lw 5 yıl önce
Meaning is incredible important
@abhinavabharat6493 4 yıl önce
Acceptance - Belongingness - Control - Dependence for Co-existence (ABCD) This Acronym is more meaningful
@cow8212 2 yıl önce
Amzing lmao. I cry everytime.
@VengefulPolititron 2 yıl önce
HUMILITY empathy gratitude forgiveness
@destrieyoung 3 yıl önce
I would listen to all that again just to hear that guitar solo again
@datboi1026 3 yıl önce
If I see someone who’s scared or shocked I ask what’s the issue or u alright, not u got a problem with me. Not every teen/adolescent is hostile like that. Common misconception, but still very misleading, so much so that full on stereotypes are built off of that.
@richarddobos264 3 yıl önce
My biggest wow is this women message and beeing praised for it. So someone has to tell these obvious stuff?? She is right. But wow. We have no hope
@galwaygirl22 3 yıl önce
Yes I agree with what she is saying but we live in a generation where we pander more and more to our kids by the time they get to adolescence they are completely spoilt self centred little pricks that expect expect expect...
@dexstewart2450 3 yıl önce
'I'm a Development Psychologist and I'm selling the "need" for my non-job'. If you want to effect your kids, manage their peer-groups
@Hwange89 3 yıl önce
Great info - just a pity presenter hasn't had lessons on presentation - hard to listen to her raised voice all the way through.
@andrewtsaplan1607 3 yıl önce
this video needs some more views
@user-yi3op9sk1i 2 yıl önce
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@joeldwest 9 aylar önce
People work too much for not enough financial security.
@nadia-bb5mn Yıl önce
Thanks for that.
@koukiachour1934 6 yıl önce
لا إله إلا الله وحده لا شريك له ،له الملك و له الحمد و هو على كل شيء قدير
@pretty2ization 6 yıl önce
Awesome indeed.Thank you.i soo needed to hear this
@burkphotography2615 Yıl önce
Hate to say it but in 6th grade when we didn’t have phones it was just something else. My daughter is in 6th grade in middle school No awkward recess anymore here.
@marisolchavez3753 2 yıl önce
Ay no, alguien me lo traduce? O me hace un resumen? En ESPAÑOL, PORFA 😔😔😔
@susank.4945 Yıl önce
Ouch! That last part hurt...
@renehenriksen1735 6 yıl önce
Charisse Nixon >>> Humans never say thankyou to each other for something! They think the exploitative thoughts: " - Ha! Now I´ve got what I want! Now I no longer need you! Bye!"
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