Teenagers and NLP

Teenagers and NLP
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

December 28th 2006


Joe Cheal

It could be argued that exposure to an ethical field of psychology at an early age is a good thing. If children understood themselves and others better, perhaps there would be less anxiety and bullying. Perhaps if teenagers better understood their own motivators, there would be an increase in self esteem. Perhaps if they learnt how to manage their states more effectively, there would be less 'acting out'....

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