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01/25/2012

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Liz O

A nice way for a kid to break a shy barrier, is to have them volunteer and sell concessions with parents and one or two other teens, at a high school event of some sort. Kids in high schools always need "volunteer hours". To chit chat away, while doing a simple task of putting together an order of nachos, can really put a smile on your face.

We just had this discussion amongst my mothers' support group, we were discussing how much teens need adult interaction, that are not their parents or teachers. So often, teens miss out on interactions outside the microcosm that is a high school social setting. Working with adults and other teens in one setting can be helpful.

Liz O

and by parents in the above concession booth, not their own parents.
We had one tonight who worked the Aramark Reliant stadium with us tonight. Very typical teen, but it was wonderful to hear his mancub thoughts coming through. And being appreciated by 14 other adults, does wonders for his heart, I'm sure.

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