Wise Highs: How to Thrill, Chill, & Get Away from It All Without Alcohol or Other Drugs

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Free Spirit Publishing, Feb 15, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 264 pages
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The best-selling author of How Rude!™ describes more than 150 ways to feel really, really good-naturally, safely, and creatively. From breathing and meditation to exercise and sports, gardening, music, and games, these are "highs" that can change teens' lives without leaving them dull, burned out, or hung over. Formerly titled HIGHS! Includes updated resources.

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This stress reduction manual for teens uses humor to explain what stress is, as well as the negative effects stress can have on a teen’s life. Most of the book is devoted to descriptions of some of ... Read full review

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breathing properly couldwork for me. but i really thimnk that just getting away from everything and hanging with friends would lighten me up more

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About the author (2006)

Alex J. Packer received his Ph.D. in Educational and Developmental Psychology from Boston College and his master’s degree in education from Harvard. He has been Headmaster of an alternative school for 11- to 15-year-olds and Director of Education at the Capital Children’s Museum. He is currently President of FCD Educational Services, a Boston-based provider of drug education and substance abuse prevention services to schools worldwide. 

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