How to Cope When Your Parents Get Divorced

Anger and sadness are totally normal when your parents call it quits on their marriage. Learn the best way to handle your feelings during this tough time

My Visit to Auschwitz Gave Me The Strength to Challenge My Classmates

And convince them of the ongoing importance of Holocaust education.

Understanding Eating Disorders

What starts as a negative attitude about body size and distorted relationship with food can quickly spiral into a major health issue. Here’s what you need to know about the warning signs and ways to treat this serious condition.

How to End the Stigma of Mental Illness

Dealing with emotional health issues is tough enough without people judging you for it. Here’s how to fight back.

How do you define beauty?

This summer, we met with an amazing group of teens at Kutz Camp, to ask them how they defined beauty. Here is what they had to say!

How to Ask for Help

Knowing who to turn to—and what to say—can make all the difference when dealing with mental health issues. To find the support you need, follow these tips.

Mental Health: What You Need to Know

No doubt about it: Being a teen is tough. On top of your everyday teen struggles, you may have questions ...

How to Take Control of Cyberbullying

Online harassment is a growing problem. If you or a friend is being targeted, here’s how to put an end to it fast.

Why I Talk About My Own Struggles as a Teen with Depression

When I was 12 years old, I was formally diagnosed with depression. It came after a week away from home at camp, when my director heard that I had told other people that I had thoughts of killing myself.

Dealing with College Rejection

No one loves rejection. Rejection is one of those things in life that is hard for everyone, no matter if you're an adult, a teen, or a child.

Meet the Jewish Teen Who’s Capturing What Mental Illness Looks Like

Haley M. is a college freshman at the College of New Jersey majoring in art education. Her recent series of paintings, seen throughout this piece, were inspired by her experience with mental illness.

What It’s Really Like Trying to Pass as a Neurotypical Teen

People don’t realize there’s a struggle going on beneath my friendly, sassy exterior. My depression is like a wet blanket over the anxiety, telling it that nothing matters anyway–not that anxiety cares.