Teenage pregnancy, body confidence and career success (Interview with fashion blogger Natascha Cox)

This episode of The Unstoppable Teen Podcast features an inspirational conversation with Natascha Cox, who you may recognise as a fashion columnist and blogger. In addition to her expertise in beauty, lifestyle and travel, Natascha is absolutely passionate about body confidence. Natascha reveals the tough times she went through in…
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How to do better in school (It’s probably not what you think!)

Doing better in school is a big topic for teens, but it isn’t always as easy as it sounds. As I’ll describe in this episode of The Unstoppable Teen Podcast, sometimes hitting a nail with a hammer isn’t the best way to get the nail in the wall. In other…
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From teenage trauma to a brighter future (Interview with Lisa Cherry)

It’s our hope that everyone has a happy childhood. Unfortunately, bad things sometimes happen to teenagers. Eating disorders, self-harm, drug and alcohol addiction, bullying and other traumatic experiences are more common that you might think. In fact, trauma is experienced by approximately 20% of people each year. So what can…
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Secrets of teen success (Interview with best-selling author and Business Speaker of the Year Richard Gerver)

Here’s a tip for achieving success and becoming the best you can be: find people who have achieved extraordinary things, and ask them how they did it. After all, you learn all sorts of other skills from experts and teachers, so why not apply this same strategy to how to…
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How to boost teen motivation

I created Unstoppable Teen in 1997 with the mission of helping a million young people experience a better quality of life. That includes having better grades, self-confidence, relationships, health, and career prospects. Achieving each of those things starts with teen motivation. Take a look at this Facebook message I received…
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Tips for improving teenage behaviour (Interview with behaviour expert and best-selling author Sue Cowley)

A few years ago, the Sutton Trust (in conjunction with Durham University) conducted research to discover what’s actually proven to improve students’ progress and achievement in school. They looked at all the strategies teachers use to help students succeed. Nobody could have predicted what was discovered… Researchers found that the…
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Q&A: I’m getting bullied, what should I do?

Bullying is a huge problem that many of us face during our teen years. Indeed, according to recent research, bullying currently ranks as teenagers’ greatest concern (above school stress, body image issues, family problems, drug and alcohol concerns, etc.). So we weren’t surprised when Christopher (aged 16) sent us the…
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