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GIRLS THINKING GLOBAL: EMPOWERING ADOLESCENT GIRLS
Kathy Hurley and Deb DeVries aren't girls anymore like I'm not a boy anymore... I just act like one...they don't! In fact , they are two of most respected and best people in education and they're so concerned about girl's futures worldwide that they co-founded a new organization"Girls Thinking Global", working to empower adolescent girls globally. Great ladies doing a great thing.
Teenage purity is a hot topic these days...why...because teenagers are exposed to more and more when it comes to sex, ography, and a society of social media. Join psychotherapist Tom Stevens as he interviews teenagers who are on the front lines of this battle. Call in to (347)838-9737 and ask a question or make a comment on this intense topic. Sit down with your teenager and listen together, this will be a show you DON'T want to miss!
"WHAT IF YOUR TEENAGE DAUGHTER GOT PREGNANT?"
1. WHAT WOULD BE THE BEST WAY TO HANDLE YOUR ANGER WHEN YOU FIND OUT YOUR DAUGHTER IS PREGNANT?
2. SHOULD YOU CALL A FAMILY MEETING TO MEET THE BOY THAT GOT YOUR DAUGHTER PREGNANT OR NOT?
3. SHOULD YOU PUT YOUR TEENAGE PREGNANT DAUGHTER OUT THE HOUSE AND MAKE HER LIVE WITH THE BOY SHE GOT PREGNANT BY?
4. HOW DO YOU HANDLE THE FACT THAT YOU DID NOT WANT TO BE A GRAND PARENT?
5. SHOULD YOU BABY SIT A GRAND BABY THAT YOU DID NOT ASK FOR?
Happy Inspirational Monday to you! The Erica Q. Cooper show will discuss “A Successful Teenage Mother”. Our guest today is Barbara Williams. She was a teenage mother, but she defeated all negativity of the naysayers. She will share her story on all of the things that she went through as a teenage mother, and all of her accomplishments that made her the woman she is today. Our goal on this show today is to help a teenage mother that feels overwhelmed by her responsibilities, feel if she can’t make her dreams come true, and are allowing the naysayers to control her life. This show will encourage all teenage mothers to hold their head up high, and don’t let mistakes stop them from fulfilling their purpose in life. Listeners will be able to call in and discuss or ask questions about the topic today. In addition, listeners can chat with the Erica Q. Cooper Talk Show via chat through Blog Talk Radio. The call in number for the show is 1-323-870-4011 (Press 1 to comment or ask a question, and you can listen in by phone).
Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of chocolate cereal, turning on the ‘toons, tuning out the outside world, and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. Join us this week as we discuss all things Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle on the 30th anniversary of these Heroes In A Half-shell. We talk to Evan Daugherty, screenwriter for the new Michael Bay Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles blockbuster reboot**, and to Randall Lobb, the writer and director of Turtle Power: The Definitive History of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles , and of course we once again realize that we’re all getting older and older.
**We're celebrating the Blu-Ray release of our favorite Turtles' latest big screen incarnation with an encore presentation of this episode, in addition to a chance to win your very own copy PLUS four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Action Masks! All you have to do is email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with a list of as many cartoon titles that you can recognize from our opening credits theme (at least four correct needed to qualify), so just click play and feel the Turtle Power take over...
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Cloverleaf Radio's hosts, The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Actres Renae Jacobs, Known for her work as the ORIGINAL voice of "April O'Neil" in the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" franchise! JOIN US!
Your teenager is failing school because he is drinking and doing drugs. Actually, he may be abusing drugs and drinking because he is failing school. The reason he is failing in school is because he has learning disabilities that no one recognizes. In order for his addiction treatment to be successful, it must address both his substance abuse and learning disabilities.Some promising studies indicate that teenagers with undiagnosed learning disabilities drink or abuse drugs because they are depressed, lonely, and suffer from low self-esteem. Low self-esteem is often a result of being unable to make friends and academic failure: problems that result from undiagnosed learning disabilities. Learning disabilities are neurological disorders that often run in families. According to the National Institute of Health, about one in five people has at least one learning disability that may make it difficult to learn to read or do mathematics. Attention Deficit-Disorder, autism, mental retardation, and conduct disorders are not learning disabilities.Often people with learning disabilities take in and process information differently than those without such disabilities. It can be hard for them to understand language easily or to organize their thoughts or their work. They may have trouble reading social cues and making friends.Teenagers who understand that they have a learning disability and who are able to succeed in certain areas are less likely to become alcoholics or drug abusers. The teens at risk are the ones who do not understand how their learning disabilities are affecting their lives. Dr. Merith Cosden believes that drugs and alcohol can become a way for those with learning disabilities to self-medicate for depression and loneliness. Join me and my guest speaker Judy Matejczyk, former Special Ed. Teacher and Life Coach as we tackle this vital topic at www.blogtalkradio.com/ritahodges in my archived shows
Welcome to The World of Ink Network show on Blog Talk Radio. Our goal is to bring informative and entertaining shows to our listners.The mission of the World of Ink Network is to share resources that introduce tips, products and services to help strengthen, support and challenge those who love writing and the written word.
Listen today to the Families Matter show at 4pm Eastern - 3pm Central - 2pm Mountain - 1pm Pacific. Hosts Virginia S Grenier and Marsha Casper Cook will be talking with Author Brad Wilcox.
Brad Wilcox is an Associate Professor at Brigham Young University where he also works with such programs as Especially for Youth and Campus Education Week. He grew up in Ethiopia, Africa, and has also lived with his family in New Zealand and Chile. He is the best-selling author of many books, including Tips for Tackling Teenage Troubles, The Best-Kept Secrets of Parenting, and Straight Talk for Parents: What Teenagers Wish They Could Tell You. His children's picture book, Hip, Hip, Hooray for Annie McRae! was a top finalist for the Children's Choice Award in Utah. He is a popular speaker and has presented throughout the country and internationally. You can learn more at http://familius.com/how-to-hug-a-hedgehog and http://bradwilcox.com/
The Best-Kept Secrets of Parenting authors Brad Wilcox and Jerrick Robbins are back with a new parenting book, this time focused on our prickly young friends: teenagers. How to Hug a Hedgehog: 12 Keys for Connecting with Teens explores ways parents can help teens improve communication, overcome adversity, and build self-esteem with 12 specific keys and a variety of examples and sources.
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