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Twallgirl Wallace thanked Concern Wright's answer

Anonymous.........Our teens today are faced with so much peer pressure and stress.  It's all around them,  At home, in school, Their classmates,  their friends,  and family.  We live in what the Bible calls "critical times hard to deal with".  Because of that, anxiety can affect young people just as much as it affects adults. 

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Society Scars' question

I will never tell confidential matters to others unless it has repercussions that are harmful for the friend that I love. The bible tells us that there exists a friend that sticks closer than a brother. So I will be the brother or companion I  need to be when the time calls for it. Hope … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Yin and Yang's question

One thing that I wish I had more of was the ability to read the actions of people around me. My grandma raised us to always see the best in people and to give people chances. I often got taken advantage of. I soon started to study the bible which also promotes this same principle, … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Mel Bird's question

I too have often struggled with my weight. I had to make it a matter of prayer to gain perspective. My doctor years ago recommended that I try weight watchers because it teaches you to eat healthy and at the same time you are not starving yourself. I wasn't really committed to the plan. But … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Anonymous' question

I believe that their definitely calls for balance when rearing children. It is also my belief that you should get your greatest and strongest morals from inside the family unit. I often refer to www.jw.org because it gives great tips for families on ways that they can achieve that balance. Hope this is helpful

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Madysen Dillman's question

That's a good question. I get my moral compass from the bible. I often think about world conditions and how far we have come from the philosophy of "love thy neighbor". By reading the bible for myself and applying what I read in my life it has had a positive effect on me and my … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered HelpStop AnimalAbuse's question

The bible tells us "Happy are those conscious of their spiritual need".  Whether we want to believe it or not their is a higher power, our creator. We exist because of him. I do strongly believe that their are too many religions in the world that exists solely to mislead everyone away from the  one … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Anonymous' question

Revelation 4:11 tells us that God is worthy to have our praise and honor and Glory because he created all things and it is because of him that we exist. When I look around in creation I see his existence in the air we breath, the animals and his most wonderful creation of all, mankind … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Zack - Mr. GenXer's question

This is a very difficult question to answer..  You never stop being a parent. If a child chooses to go aside from the things he was taught, there is nothing that you can do. We are not left without hope though. We can pray that they return to their senses

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Aashna Sharma's question

According to Genesis 1:26,27 it tells us that we were created in God's image. The bible  tells us there that God said "let us make man in our image. According to our likeness". Can you imagine that. We are capable of love, justice  and acquiring wisdom  all for the simple fact that were  created in … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Tom Jackson's question

The trinity is not supported by the bible. The bible tells us at John 17:3: "This means everlasting life, there coming to know you the only true God and the one whom you sent, Jesus Christ:" This scripture helps us to see that God and Jesus are two separate individuals. Because God wouldn't send himself.

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Rachel Langdon's question

I know that their are many of us out there who would love  to have a chance to go back and handle things a little differently.  So what I do is try to look forward and make sure that the choices and decisions I make  are those that helps me to be the best me … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Anonymous' question

I try to find friends who share the same moral values that I have. I want to have friends who will make me a better me. Who will be honest no matter what even if it means calling me out when I am wrong. There is a statement in the bible at proverbs 27:17: " … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Jasmine Antipolo's question

I don't know how old you are, but sometimes it could be a hormonal imbalance. Have you made an appointment to see your doctor. It could be something  that needs to be managed with medicine. Also try to pin point what triggers your crying and mood swings. This can be helpful.

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Alice Elswyth's question

Love is always relevant. I shudder to think that we have become so contemporary that some may believe that they can live without love. Our very existence is based on the fact that God loved us! We must we remember what love is . The bible tells us at 1Corinthians 13:4-8 a lot that we … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered Anonymous' question

Why would you want to go by yourself? Are you afraid to let your parents know that you are in trouble? As a minor you can not possibly understand what will be going on. Are you going to court against your parents? I don't know what the reason is behind this but you need your … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered

I think that it is very mature of you that you chose to talk to a trusted adult about what you are going through. You're to be commended. You are not obligated to tell everyone what is going on with you. I also know that as ayoung person it can be hard to make wise … Read more

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Twallgirl Wallace answered

Have you tried speaking honestly. Don't get upset at any of their responses. It's important to hear them out and listen to what they say. Change what you can without compromising your parental integrity. Think of some bonding activities that you can do, just the two of you! One on one time is very important … Read more