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High schools across the nation are having an epidemic when it comes to bullying. Teen suicide rates are on the rise. What do we do? Here are 6 tips that helped me overcome my toxic high school experience. I wanted to share how I overcame this crisis to the world. Bullying affects 1/2 of high school teens at some point or another. Many kids are too scared to “step up and speak out”. This is detrimental to teens’ high school experience and the basis of the toxic experience that needs to change. It is a serious issue that can no longer be overlooked. We need to make a change and it all starts with you. If you see something, SAY SOMETHING!
Many struggling teens need a friend they can lean on for support. Being an advocate for your peers is easy. It’s as simple as hearing them out and helping them seek outside help if needed. Here are tips on being a peer advocate.
Teen suicide is all too common in our society today. We are having major jumps in suicide rates like never seen before. Kids across the nation are thinking this is the only way to happiness but is it really? Here are 4 reasons why teen suicide rates are on the rise like never seen before.
Teens across the nation are struggling in high schools every day. There is a solution! Did you know that at 16 years old you are eligible to leave high school and start college? This is an amazing way to start your future off right! One roadblock you might run into once you have decided this option is right for you is how to have that talk with your parents. Here’s Itchy Mitchy’s advice on what he did to have his parents let him leave high school early.
The TASC exam (Test Assessing Secondary Completion) is a test that enables you to obtain a High School Equivalency Diploma (HSE) and helps lead to a brighter future. The TASC exam is offered in California, Indiana, New Jersey, New York, Nevada, North Carolina, West Virginia, and Wyoming. The TASC test is an amazing way to obtain your diploma to help cultivate your future. The TASC is given in an audio form, braille, and large font for people with disabilities and is available in English or Spanish. You have to be a minimum of 16 years old to take the TASC. Check out the TASC exam website below for any more questions or concerns. Comment any questions you have below. https://tasctest.com
Are you struggling with a toxic high school experience? Are you suffering from bullying, depression, addiction, or abuse? There is a way to leave high school at 16 and take the time you need to focus on yourself. High schools across the nation are neglecting their students’ needs. Teen suicide rates are at a 20 year high. We are struggling more than ever before and the 21st-century high school social constructs are devastating to teenage mental health. This is the “forbidden knowledge” that high schools don’t want you to know: Senior year is not needed. You have the ability to start college as a 16-year-old high school Junior. This option helps give you the opportunity to take time to seek the help struggling teens get the help they need. Even this day in age, mental health is still getting overlooked. Early graduation is a direct way of making positive changes in your own life. Taking this route requires determination and strength, but can honestly save lives. Change is on the horizon. Our generation can not endure any more suffering. We need to stand up and make a change. This change though all starts with you. Become a part of the #itchymitchynation and be a part of this monumental movement. Share this video, subscribe to our channel, and send a like our way.