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Stephanie Eken, a psychiatrist and the regional medical director for Rogers Behavioral Health, which runs several teenage-anxiety outpatient programs across the country and an inpatient program in Wisconsin, told me that in the last few years she has heard more kids than ever worry about terrorism. Maybe if I actually play by their rules I might get more of what I want. It sure seems to work for my brother and sister. They have no respect for me. My parents feel disrespected because I won't give them direct answers and don't always tell them the truth. Respect goes both ways. It's possible that if I show them more respect.

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Less selffocus, more Godfocus. Less about me, more about him. “Show me your radiance,” Moses is praying. “Flex your biceps. Let me see the S on your chest. Your preeminence. Your heartstopping, groundshaking extraspectacularness. Forget good looks and athletic ability. Bypass the great GPA. I can live without them. Stephanie Eken, a psychiatrist and the regional medical director for Rogers Behavioral Health, which runs several teenage-anxiety outpatient programs across the country and an inpatient program in Wisconsin, told me that in the last few years she has heard more kids than ever worry about terrorism.


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