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All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by kids and teens and provide educational information about anger.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

English sites only. Websites in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate category in International/.

Anger is the feeling that people experience when they don't get what they want, or when someone hurts their feelings, or when they feel that rules are unfair. They may yell, or scream, or want to hit someone.
All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by kids and teens, and provide information about bullying.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

English sites only. Websites in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate category in International/.

Bullying occurs when a powerful person repeatedly hurts a less-powerful person. This is normally combined with evident enjoyment on the part of the bully, and a sense of being unfairly targeted on the part of the person being bullied.
All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by kids and teens and provide educational information about grief.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

English sites only. Websites in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate category in International/.

Grief is a universal reaction to change and loss. It can come from things like death of a parent or friend, the end of a relationship, or a move to a new neighborhood. Kids and teens experience grief just like adults do.
All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by kids and teens and provide educational information about peer pressure.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

English sites only. Websites in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate category in International/.

Peer pressure is when friends or classmates push you to do things you wouldn't ordinarily do. It is common in kids and teens, because they want very much to "fit in" with their group.
All sites suggested to this category must be designed for use by kids / teens and provide information about the emotional and psychological issues faced at school.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

English sites only. Websites in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate category in International/.

This category lists pages and sites about the emotional issues children and teenagers face at school. It includes information on starting and ending the school year, repeating a grade, and coping with school violence.
All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by teens, ages 13 to 18, and provide information on or about self-harm.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

English sites only. Websites in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate category in International/.

Self-harm describes a wide range of things that people do to themselves in a deliberate and usually hidden way, which are damaging. The majority of young people who self-harm report they are not trying to commit suicide, but are 'trying to cope' and show that 'something is wrong'*.

Sites in this category provide information about issues and sources of help, and offer advice to young people about the prevention of self-harm.

*Source: Donnellan, C. (ed) (2004) Self-inflicted violence, Independence Educational Publishers.

All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by kids and teens and provide educational information about shyness.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

English sites only. Websites in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate category in International/.

Shyness is feeling scared or nervous around other people. Almost everyone is shy sometimes.
All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by kids and teens and provide educational information about stress.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

English sites only. Websites in other languages should be submitted to the appropriate category in International/.

Stress happens when someone is worried or uncomfortable about something. It could be a test at school, a fight with a friend, or when there are family problems. If the worry doesn't go away, it can cause physical problems like headaches and stomachaches. Kids and teens experience stress just like adults do.
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