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Special guest Sandra Dupont, MA,MS,MFT will join Tom Stevens, LPC-S,RPT-S on this special show about teenagers. Sandra has a private practice in Santa Monica, California and specializes in working with teenagers and their parents. She has a facebook page dedicated to understanding and learning how to raise teenagers (search under "Los Angeles Teen Therapist") and her website is located at
Teenagers can be exciting or challenging, depending on the day! Knowing how to handle those hard to handle situations is the key that every parent is looking for. Tom Stevens and Sandra Dupont will be LIVE to answer your questions and field your comments about "Teenagers: What To Do When You Don't Know What To Do". You don't want to miss it!
What Teens Whine about?
How 2 Stop
with January Jones
Thou Shalt Not Whine...
The Eleventh Commandment
#1 amazon Bestseller
Top 10 Things
Teenagers Whine about
Join host Romulos live at 8pm as he speaks on the subject of teenagers. Teenagers are out of control and parents seems to be blind to what they are doing. They are becoming gang bangers, drug dealers, having unwanted babies and the list goes on. Parents need to listen and take action before it is to late.
Research shows that increased episodes of intense anger or stress will reduce your productive life span. So when you add to the fact that many parents say their teenagers make them so angry or stress them out, it can be assumed that in many cases raising teenagers will have some negative impact on you. Marshall believes the newer version of the Pop Culture teenager is not only dangerous to themselves, but also they are dangerous to their parents. Marshall the Host of MarshallTalk said, "If you haven't raised a Good or Bad Teenager yet, you don't completely understand what being crazy or angry means. However, at the same time it is not only the fault of the teenagers, we, as parents, make mistakes also along with the honest fact there are many flat out bad parents out there. I think part of the problem is communication and the fact that we under estimate the impact of other people on our teenagers which can include family, friends, teachers, etc." Marshall also thinks we need to address this issue, because it is getting completely out of control which is making many teenagers and parents disconnect which will only leads to more dramatic problems. What is your experience, have you raised a Teenager and have some advice, or are you raising a Teenager and need some advice? Join in on the conversation, whether you agree or disagree with Marshall.
Don't forget to check out the website at http://www.marshalltalk.com
Part 2 Last weeks show had people talking after the show. Should Teenagers be Accountable for their actions? What about the parents who do not care about their own children? They collect checks, and do not raise their children! Should they be accountable for their children if they go out and do wrong. How can we change or make things better for our youth?
How 2 Stop Whining Teenagers! with January Jones Thou Shalt Not Whine... The Eleventh Commandment #1 amazon Bestseller Topic Top 10 Things Teenagers Whine about Complaints,
Part 2 of 3: Originally Aired September 9, 2012 Dianne Linderman speaks with a caller about the upcoming election and the “brainwashed” voters. Dianne also discusses how, for many years, she has been helping troubled teenagers – with a huge success rate! Tune in to hear a heartfelt story that will help you be a better parent to your children. Find out more about Dianne Linderman on her website:
Special time of 3:30 pm (EST). How should teenagers view dating? What is dating and what is it for? What can we do to help our teenagers make the right & correct decisions about life? Any significant world events will be discussed on this program according to Luke 21:34-36 and 1 Thessalonians 5:1-8.
Christy Brock, founder of Yoga Minded joins us to talk yoga for teens. We'll be discussing how yoga helps teenagers to navigate these tumultuous years, answer the big questions in life and increase connectivity with themselves, their peers and their families. However, teaching yoga to teenagers is not easy. Learn a few tricks of the trade to rock your teen yoga classes.