Positive thinking is a way of looking at any circumstance and finding the good in it. Every individual has a choice to either think positive, or to allow negative thoughts control them. When thinking positively, various benefits will be revealed: internal peace, improved and retention in relationships, better health, happiness with self and others and satisfaction. For teens, in addition to making them feel better, positive thinking can improve their memory, decision making and problem solving skills.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It provides the nutrients needed to get through the morning efficiently.” Healthy children Organization” reports that 20% to 30% of teens don’t eat breakfast before heading to school. Many of those teen miss breakfast because they sleep in after working, playing or doing homework late at night. Although skipping breakfast is more common among female teens from lower socio economic families and older adolescents, it remains an issue for all youths, according to the medical journal “Pediatrics”.