Tips for Teens : New Friends (A humourous look at the latest sketches from BYU's Divine Comedy)
Having the same focus, goals or priorities is a trait that's important in a friend. We don't all have to be the same but having some similar core beliefs is important to a lasting friendship. Friends who aren't demanding and who genuinely care about us contribute to our personal happiness.
Peers are especially important at the times in your life when you are most vulnerable emotionally ie. your teen years, birth of a child, loss of a loved one. So be aware of peer pressure. For good or evil, it's a reality of life.
And try to avoid misunderstandings by being clear in your communication and resolving conflicts as soon as they happen. Don't jump to conclusions...try to get as many details as possible before passing judgement.
Thanks to Divine Comedy at BYU for doing such a great job. Love the music videos best of all! Check them out on YouTube
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Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Choosing your Friends Wisely- Funny
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