• 00:57

    BULLYING

    in Social Networking

    WHAT'S NEW: Join us this Sunday, October 20, 2013 Topic: "Bullying" Time: 7:00 PM Eastern Time Venue: Teen Speaking Out Radio Log onto: www.blogtalkradio.com/teens-speaking-out  Dial in number: 1 (646) 716 6058  Join us as we talk about Bullying Prevention. The month of October is Bullying prevention month. One of the recent story is about two girls arrested in cyber bullying death of a 12 year old. You can listen, ask questions or speak out on anything weighing on your heart pertaining to bullying. Unless you want to give your name, you can remain anonymous but please join us. All are welcome and invited. Log on via the internet at the above website or by dial in to the above telephone number at the time of the call. Thank you and be blessed.

  • 00:29

    Teens Talk Episode 3: Gamer's Night! Teens Talk About Games

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    Teens Talk Radio talk about video games! Betwwen MMOs and consoles, which do you perfer? Faheem (The host) talks about both and will have some insite on both sides of the coockie. All callers welcome!

  • 00:26

    Teens Talk Ep. 5: Teen sadness

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    On episode 5 of teens talk radio, faheem talks about teen depression. he touched on this once in teen sorrow and will elaborate more on this delicate topic.

  • 00:29

    Teens Talk Radio episode 4: Teen sorrow...

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    HANDLE TOPIC WITH CAUTION! In this episode of Teens Talk Radio, teens will talk about suicide and depression. why are more diagnosed with depression than a decade or two ago? what is causing all the depression and anxeity that is causing these teens to want to kill themselves? the main question is... why? what are the reasons? these questions will be asked in this episode of Teens Talk Radio. 

  • 00:25

    Teens Talk Episode 1: Teens Talk about Relationships (10/7/14)

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    Episode 1 of teens talk radio, I am your host Faheem Abdul-Karriem. Topic for discussion tonight is teens and relationship. We will talk about your loved one, your partner. And doesn't matter who you are, gay or straight, any race in the world. if your a teen or have teens you should listen in. 


    Intro to teens talk


    topic of the night


    goodnight message. 

  • 00:58

    Victims of Bullying

    in Religion

    My Guest is Tiffani Shaun K Palmer. Miss Palmer is the founder of S.T.E.P Resources, a non-profit organization for young women ages 14-25, who have been victims of bullying, teen pregnancy, rape, abuse and low self esteem. Their goal is to reach and counsel as many young women as she can and spread Christ and his love to them. To help them become independent, strong, to help them find housing, provide food church and job placement. We are looking to help over 2,000 young ladies by the middle of next year.


    Victims of bullying include girls and boys of all ages, sizes, and backgrounds. But some children are more likely than others to be victimized because they appear small, weak, insecure, sensitive, or “different” from their peers.  


    Some children can reduce their risk of being bullied by dressing or acting in ways that make it easier for them to “fit in.” Yet children should not be expected to conform to avoid the threat of bullying. Every child’s individuality should be appreciated for the value it brings to the group, rather than suppressed to reduce the risk of victimization. Furthermore, not all children are able to alter personal characteristics that may place them at increased risk.

  • 00:27

    Teens Talk Episode 2: Teens Talk about TV

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    Anything About teens and tv is on tonight

  • 00:20

    CONVERSATION WITH A 14 YEAR OLD TEENAGE BOY ABOUT SURVIVING AS A TEENS IN TODAY

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    Adolescence is a time of growth, development and change. Your teen will develop emotionally and socially as well as physically. This development may seem seamless to you, but there are distinct things happening in your teenager's social and emotional development that are helping them become who they are going to be - helping them to form their identity. While these changes don't follow a timeline to the date of your teen's birthday - your 14-year-old may still act like a 13-year-old socially - teens of different ages do have different social and emotional focuses andbehaviors. Here we have a list of them by age.


    Thirteen-year-old teens are dealing with the physical changes in their body - puberty - emotionally as well as physically. Change is not easy for most people at any age and your 13-year-old is dealing with one of the biggest changes of their lives. This will cause your young teen to feel uncertain, moody and be sensitive to what others think of them, especially their peers.   

  • 01:01

    DEALING WITH BULLYING AMONG HIGH SCHOOL TEENS

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    Bullying Is a Big Problem
    Every day thousands of teens wake up afraid to go to school. Bullying is a problem that affects millions of students, and it has everyone worried, not just the kids on its receiving end. Yet because parents, teachers, and other adults don't always see it, they may not understand how extreme bullying can get.
    Bullying is when a person is picked on over and over again by an individual or group with more power, either in terms of physical strength or social standing.
    Two of the main reasons people are bullied are because of appearance and social status. Bullies pick on the people they think don't fit in, maybe because of how they look, how they act (for example, kids who are shy and withdrawn), their race or religion, or because the bullies think their target may be gay or lesbian.
    Some bullies attack their targets physically, which can mean anything from shoving or tripping to punching or hitting, or even sexual assault. Others use psychological control or verbal insults to put themselves in charge. For example, people in popular groups or cliques often bully people they categorize as different by excluding them or gossiping about them (psychological bullying). They may also taunt or tease their targets (verbal bullying).
    Verbal bullying can also involve sending cruel instant or email messages or even posting insults about a person on a website — practices that are known as cyberbullying.
    Who Bullies?
    Both guys and girls can be bullies. Bullies may be outgoing and aggressive. Or a bully can appear reserved on the surface, but may try to manipulate people in subtle, deceptive ways, like anonymously starting a damaging rumor just to see what happens.
    Many bullies share some common characteristics. They like to dominate others and are generally focused on themselves. They often have poor social skills and poor social judgment. Sometimes they have no feelings of empathy or caring toward other people.

  • 00:19
  • 01:01

    DEALING WITH BULLYING AMONG HIGH SCHOOL TEENS

    in Social Networking

    Bullying Is a Big Problem
    Every day thousands of teens wake up afraid to go to school. Bullying is a problem that affects millions of students, and it has everyone worried, not just the kids on its receiving end. Yet because parents, teachers, and other adults don't always see it, they may not understand how extreme bullying can get.
    Bullying is when a person is picked on over and over again by an individual or group with more power, either in terms of physical strength or social standing.
    Two of the main reasons people are bullied are because of appearance and social status. Bullies pick on the people they think don't fit in, maybe because of how they look, how they act (for example, kids who are shy and withdrawn), their race or religion, or because the bullies think their target may be gay or lesbian.
    Some bullies attack their targets physically, which can mean anything from shoving or tripping to punching or hitting, or even sexual assault. Others use psychological control or verbal insults to put themselves in charge. For example, people in popular groups or cliques often bully people they categorize as different by excluding them or gossiping about them (psychological bullying). They may also taunt or tease their targets (verbal bullying).
    Verbal bullying can also involve sending cruel instant or email messages or even posting insults about a person on a website — practices that are known as cyberbullying.
    Who Bullies?
    Both guys and girls can be bullies. Bullies may be outgoing and aggressive. Or a bully can appear reserved on the surface, but may try to manipulate people in subtle, deceptive ways, like anonymously starting a damaging rumor just to see what happens.
    Many bullies share some common characteristics. They like to dominate others and are generally focused on themselves. They often have poor social skills and poor social judgment. Sometimes they have no feelings of empathy or caring toward other people.

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