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Relativity Index

At CurlyStache Blogs, there are many articles, blog posts, and information. How do you know if you are reading what you are looking for with age-appropriate information quickly and easily? For example, you are searching for ways to help your child who can't seem to make friends easily. These icons next to the post's title will help you understand without reading if it is for you and your child's age. Learn all of the icons by flipping through them!

CurlyStache Relativity Graph depicting age relevance

"Tween to Teen Transition and Teens beyond 19"

Description (see more below):

The blog post or article is the most relevant for teenagers and young adults; it may have material about the transition from tween to teen but is not strictly intended for tweens.

Learn all of the icons by flipping through them!

The icons are easy to understand without needing to flip back to this page every time as long as you know two things. First, the blog's relevance increases as you go up the graph (y-axis). Next, across the bottom (x-axis), the age group is identified from youngest to oldest.

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19+ with ARROW pointing "older" indicates it could include young adults over 19 as well

19+ with ENDING "DOT" indicates the article is not for young adults and some 19-year-olds; the article/post is geared more toward high schoolers or younger.

How relative a blog article or post is for specific age groups; the higher up the graph (y-axis) the more relevant






Very Relevant

Not Relevant


Age Group (x-axis)

High School

Tweens Transitioning to Teens

Middle School, Early High School

Children / Early Tweens

8-10 years with ARROW pointing "younger" indicates it article could have relevance for children as well

8-10 years with a STARTING "DOT"  indicates there is not much relevance for that age group and that the line graph begins closer to the 11-12 age

Starting at the bottom left, going across the x-axis, you have tweens (8-12) occupying roughly the first 25%. After that comes younger teens (13-15), taking up the next 30% of the graph. Then, older teens (16-18), another 30%. Finally, 19-year-olds and young adults take up the last sliver of the graph to the right, with 15%.

If you understand better when shown, we've got you covered with an illustration below...

...And for the ones who like to dive down the rabbit hole of technicalities and how it is all broken up, eat your heart out:

Key points:

Post High School / Young Adult

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