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Every teens knows that their lives are stressful even if the adults around them don't believe it. Join my guest Kyneitres Good, a Licensed Professional Counselor, and myself this week as we discuss common teen stresses and strategies for coping with it. Common teen stressors include: Home-parents, responsibilities, siblings
At age 14 or 15, a perfect storm of surging hormones, immature brains and unfamiliar emotions drive nearly one in 12 teens to deliberately hurt themselves, most often by cutting or burning their own flesh, or by trying to hang, electrocute, drown or suffocate themselves. Children as young as 7 are engaging in self-harming behaviors such as cutting, burning or hitting themselves, a new study published in Pediatrics - Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Join Young Media Critic - co host Jakiyah Jennings along with Ms. Seon as they talk about "Teens Who Harm Themselves" Thursday, May 30, 2013 at 5 p.m. (EST) on Blogtalkradio.com/youngmediacritics
Dating violence is a prevalent public health concern and social problem characterized as controlling, abusive and threatening behavior in a dating relationship. Statistics indicate teens and young adults have a higher risk of being involved in relationship abuse in comparison to adults. This violence occurs in both heterosexual and same sex relationships and can include physical, sexual and emotional abuse. 1. Peer approval and inexperience in dating relationships are contrib
Join leading youth coach Sarah Newton and Girls Above Society campaigner Lauren Galley as they talk tabloid, celebs and all things glitzy. What can we learn from the world of celebs to pass on to our teens? How is all this tabloid talk affecting our teen’s psyche? Join us as we put on our lippy, walk the red carpet and talk teens.
Writer, Youth Advocate, Mentor, and Life Coach, Joshua Stern is dedicated and committed to improving the lives of as many At-Risk & Homeless Youth as possible. The Josh Project is an organization that has been setup to help enable these goals and to help bring Marion’s Place (See Heading on Website) to fruition. At The Josh Project we hope to create more awareness, assist with prevention, and finally, initiate change for current and potential At-Risk Youth.
The main focus of The Josh Project is to combat the many hurdles today’s youth inevitably encounter. As well as shed some light on societies immediate willingness to accept that these kids are suffering from a mental disorder and in turn instantly put them on prescription drugs, or toss them to the side and label them as outcasts or “bad seeds”. Without the proper medical evidence to back up such claims, nobody should be diagnosed or dismissed so simply. We believe it’s this attitude that creates a world where teen suicide is continuing to grow at alarming rates. Nobody should be too afraid to admit that we all struggle with life sometimes, and nobody should be made to feel that his or her emotions are insignificant or unimportant, no matter the age or situation.
CANCER affects us all! Whether it is directly or indirectly most of us tend to see it as an 'adults' disease.
Breast Cancer Survivor and Teen Counselor, Lakeba Wallace shares her knowledge and expertise on teen cancer education and obtaining successful recovery strategies from sickliness, illness, and disease.
About Lakeba Wallace:
Minister Lakeba Wallace is an Author, Magazine Editor, Radio/Television Personality, Breast Cancer Survivor/Educator and a Realtor with an increased interest in reaching and teaching people about Health, Wellness, Wealth, Unity, God's Love/Power/Wisdom and Power of Forgiviness .
Cleveland celebrating a VICTORY!!!!
Three Missing Teens for 10yrs. return home after being Abducted and held in Captivity 2miles from their home
We will talk about the return and mind control of these Teens and what happens next.
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We interviewed Dr. Arthur Robin in two previous episodes on “Defiant ADHD Teens: Tips from the Trenches,” on Attention Talk Radio. In Part 1, we discussed what defiance is, the characteristics of you, your teen, the environment, and your parenting style. In Part 2, we got into more details about some of the tips and strategies that Dr. Robin has found to be helpful in managing those issues. In this edition of Attention Talk Radio, Dr. Robin shares additional specific interventions and simulations to help our listeners get insight on how to go about changing their parenting style. Join our co-hosts, Jeff Copper and Kirsten Milliken, for this lively and informative discussion.
Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works.
Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff, go to www.digcoaching.com. Co-host Kirsten Milliken is a psychologist. To learn more about Kirsten, go to www.adhdexecutivecoach.com
The wellness industry in the US is ever increasing which means more opportunities for students to select college degree programs and careers.
In honor of National Physical Fitness/Sports and Family Wellness Month, I am going to cover college major and career ideas for teens interested in these fields.
Please invite other families with teens interested in pursuing fitness/sports careers!
College Prep Ready