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The parent role for Leaving Cert results

10 August 2016

Next week students all over the country will be receiving their Leaving Cert results. Parents will be faced with one of three situations if their son or daughter is getting their results.

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Building trust with young people

15 July 2016

Young people need their parents’ trust to help their transition through to adulthood, this trust needs to be mutual.

Paper people

Teenagers and peer pressure

13 June 2016

Friends play an important role in young people’s lives, particularly during adolescence.

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Teenagers and risk-taking

8 June 2016

Taking risks and pushing boundaries is common amongst teenagers and is a big part of growing up.

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The importance of friendships for young people

16 May 2016

Teenagers and young people need to feel a sense of belonging and acceptance by their peers.

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On yer bike for ReachOut Ireland

4 May 2016

On Sunday, 22 May, the Ballaghadereen Cycling Club are running a cycle for all fitness levels and raising funds for ReachOut.come and ReachOutParents.com.

Supporting teens through the Leaving Cert or Junior Cert

3 May 2016

If you have a son or daughter heading for the Leaving or Junior Cert, here’s how you can support them.

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Helping young people develop positive relationships

14 March 2016

We know at ReachOut Ireland that a lot of young people have some trouble developing and navigating friendships as they grow up.

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Talking to teens about sexting

9 February 2016

With smartphones, sexting has become a way of expressing sexuality or getting to know someone sexually. If you have a teenager you need to talk to them about it.

Safer Internet Day

2 February 2016

Next week is Safer Internet Day on Tuesday, 9 February. How can we all make the internet a safe space?

Safer Internet Day 2016
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