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How to Know Whether You’re Making the Right Decision

How to Know Whether You’re Making the Right Decision

Decision making is by far one of my most popular topics. I’ve written a few articles before and they consistently receive a high volume of visitors. So if you’re thinking you’re the only one who has a hard time making decisions. Think again. Making certain decisions is difficult at best. And the potential consequences associated […]

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  August 9, 2015   No comments

Religious Participation: Fundamental Part of Adolescent Development?

Ivana Pejakovic, B.Sc., MA Does religion change the quality of teen development? According to earlier and current research, it certainly does! Even the notables of developmental psychology such as, Piaget, Erikson, and Elkind, claim religious involvement to be an integral part of children’s psychological health. Psychologists agree however, that the understanding of religious beliefs and […]

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  April 10, 2013   No comments

Teens: Where to Find Help During Decision-making

Ivana Pejakovic B.Sc., MAAs a teen you may find decision-making to be difficult, tricky, nerve-racking, and maybe even embarrassing. Some decisions are just plain hard, some require extra knowledge, some require confidence, and others require the ability to resist temptation or pressure. Whether you are trying to decide what school to go to, whether to […]

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  March 17, 2011   No comments

Teens: Long-term consequences of avoiding decision-making

Ivana Pejakovic B.Sc., MAMany teens (and adults) find it extremely scary to make the big life-changing (or life-directing) decisions. They are afraid of picking the wrong choice, disappointing their parents, embarrassing themselves, making mistakes, taking wrong action, and so on. With so much pressure, it almost appears easier to shy away from making decisions and […]

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  March 6, 2011   No comments

8 Simple Steps to Good Decision-Making for Teens

Ivana Pejakovic B.Sc., MANo one is born with awesome decision-making skills. It is a skill that needs to be learned and strengthened (but may not ever be perfected). This means the more often you make decisions the better you’ll get at it. It’s a difficult skill to perfect however, since the better you get at […]

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  February 27, 2011   1 comment