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Social Skills Teens Need to Survive High School

Does the thought of starting high school breed a mix of deep emotions–from intense excitement to mind-numbing dread?

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Social Skills Teens Need to Survive High School

Make the Most Of your High school Years by developing New Social Skills that help make friends, thwart enemies, and build your confidence.

Does the thought of starting high school breed a mix of deep emotions–from intense excitement to mind-numbing dread?

Are you wondering how you will fit in with new peers while you navigate the difficulties of this new, unforgiving territory?

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What The Critics Say

Recent reviews

Social Skills Teens Need to Survive High School
“I wasn’t sure what to expect from this book, however it made me stop and reflect on my own adult life. Gallant writes in a way that puts each skill back on the reader and goes beyond just an answer she wants action! This was a quick read but thought provoking! I will recommend this book to anyone wanting to build confidence with your teens.”

Finally, a Social Skills Book for Teens that Really Cuts Through it!

Great Read, We all Could Benefit from reading this book

I thoroughly enjoyed this read and think it is highly needed tool for teenagers. I’ve been a recruiter for 25 years and have many teenagers navigate through various issues, situations, etc. many of the skills outlined in this book are no longer taught in schools as they were when I went to school. And then add how social media has impacted teenagers and their various communication skills – this books timing is perfect.

Not a long read which is good. Holds your interest

Just a thought many of the teens I worked with needed help with interviewing for job skills, dress for success at interviews, appropriate attire. Maybe add a couple paragraphs on that ?

I think this tool can also help parents, etc and believe you can also capture that market of opportunity.

I wish all great success. Live this tool.


A Practical Perspective!


Dear Nursing Student-Don’t Quit Yet

Dear Nursing Student, Are you having second thoughts about becoming a nurse?

I am a working nurse, and believe me I feel that negative vibe that has engulfed nursing too.

I would bet that every nurse who is working today has thought about quitting more times than they would like to admit since 2020, and sadly, a lot of them did!

There are a lot of complex issues being discussed, loudly, right now, and while many people have just thrown away the career that they put their heart and soul into – I have genuine hope for what the future of nursing is going to look like.

And It’s coming sooner than you think.

If you answered “yes” to my question, then you have found the right book. Let me tell you how this is going to set you up to win and why are can have a great nursing career.

What you will learn:

  • An insiders view on the future of nursing
  • The advantages of entering the field of nursing at this time
  • A deeper understanding of the negativity surrounding nursing
  • What the nursing movement is going to do for you
  • How to protect yourself from the onslaught of negative talk about nursing

Don’t let your dream of being a nurse die! You have invested so much time and energy in it quit now. Let me help you to renew your inspiration and drive to become a nurse.

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What The Critics Say

Recent reviews

“Well Written Motivation
Nursing isn’t for the weak. It requires a real dedication to the craft and a strong mindset to do your best not only for the patients but yourself. This is a fun easy read. “
-M Laratonda
“Press On
A most noble profession, if you start out at a rough patch, things will smoothen out. An encouraging read.”
-B.J. Rolle

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Dig A Little Deeper Into M.A. Gallant


About Me

M. A. Gallant is a Registered Nurse in the United States. She is a wife, mother, and grandmother who strives to be a good role model to her family and the younger generations. One of her favorite nursing roles is precepting and educating nursing students and new nurses. She enjoys mentoring high school and college-aged students to help them better their lives through improved social skills, managing anxiety, and planning for the future.

Her passions include spending time with family, exploring nature, meditation, and writing. Her hobbies include travel and soap making. She has an impressive rock and crystal collection. She also enjoys collecting vintage medical items.

My Latest Book

Social Skills Teens Need to Survive High School

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Self Care Tips for Teens:The Best Way to Show Yourself Some Love

Did you know that 80% of teens in America have admitted to feeling anxious or depressed? That is an astounding and terrifying number. Teen years are supposed to be spent enjoying life, developing lasting relationships, and figuring out who you want to be.

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Improving Teen Mental Health: Mother Nature’s Cure For Stress and Anxiety

Teenage life today is incredibly fast paced, with school, homework, sports, part-time jobs, etc. While there really isn’t a way to avoid it, there is a way to keep yourself grounded and help find yourself when you feel lost in the chaos, reconnecting with nature.

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Social Media Detox: Why Teens Should Take Time Away From Electronics

Social media is a great way to stay connected with friends, meet new people, and stay up to date on current events. Unfortunately, it also seems to take the place of many other activities teens used to love.

While social media itself isn’t necessarily bad, too much of it can be quite harmful to your mental and physical health.


A swirling storm of thought spins through your mind, stealing your peace. You’d love to pay attention, but you’re too busy chasing those thoughts. People with quieter minds could never imagine the noise that echoes through your brain.

They’ll say, “Just shut it off,” or “focus on something positive,” unaware of what it feels like being in your head.

It’s a hard way to live, I know. I once suffered from a busy mind.

Despite your best efforts, taming your wild mind has proven impossible. Maybe you’ve even stopped trying.

Don’t despair.

Un-monkey Your Busy Mind