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US Education Secretary Advices on Bullying Epidemic

December 2010

Bullying has reached all time highs with several incidents resulting in death in the United States public schools. US Education Secretary presents a memo addressing this bullying epidemic.

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Rural Teens Are More Likely to Abuse Prescription Drugs

November 2010

Prescription Drug abuse is a major problem amoung teens. New survey shows some interesting statistics.

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Statement by the Secretary of Education

October 2010


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Internet Safety

June 2010

June marks the third annual Internet Safety Month and to celebrate Parent Help is featuring these important tips for parents, educators and students. This months article will focus on helping you and your teen remain safe while sharing information online.

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February 2010

Sexting is a new craze sweeping through the adolecent world like wildfire. Unfortunately, this new trend can lead to serious consequences and in some cases can prove to be lethal

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Teens and Finance

January 2010

There are many avenues your teen can take guidance concerning finances. In these economic times teens are just as uncertain as the rest of us. They are seeking guidance, and they will find it one way or another.

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Violence in Dating Relationships.

February 2009

One in three teenagers has experienced violence in a dating relationship. It is important to remember that it can happen to anyone. This includes your child.

In today's society we often ignore small problems and focus on the really big issues, "no blood no foul" so to speak. Teenagers, especially, do not seem to understand that it is the small problems left unresolved that create the bigger problems.

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Spending your budget on the things that will last.

January 2009

Just because the holidays are over, doesn't mean it has to be the end of family time. In fact, during this economic downturn spending time at home may become a necessity for you and your family.

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Teens and Sex

March 2008

Sex, drugs, and dating make teens feel older. Television, movies, records, and advertisements give teens the illusion that these behaviors are “normal” and a mandatory part of the maturing process.

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Seeing the Red Flags Before Tragedy Strikes

February 2008

Last week Stephen Kazmierczak entered Northern Illinois University and began a shooting rampage killing six, wounding 16, and killing himself. This devastating event came “without warning” to many of the the gunmen’s friends and family. It seems stories like these are becoming common place in our society.

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Parenting Resolutions for the New Year

January 2008

It’s hard to believe that another New Year has finally arrived. There is something magical about starting a new year. Something inside each of us beckons us to look for the new day, forget the mistakes and just simply start over. Where do we begin? There’s no better place to start than with our families.

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Holiday Dangers for Teens

December 2007

The holiday season is one of the most deadly times of the year for alcohol-related crashes especially for teenagers. MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) estimates that “each year nationally, more than 1,000 people die during the holiday season in drunk driving crashes” (MADD, 2006).

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Peer Pressure Kills

November 2007

Peer pressure: people feel it, inflict it, and increasingly let it control their lives. According to the Department of Student Support Services peer pressure is the most powerful influence in a childs decision to join a gang.

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Energy Drink or Alcohol?

October 2007 By

Parent Help is sounding the alarm on a new health concern. They’re delicious, they’re thirst quenching, they’re colorful, they’re super-trendy…they’re alcoholic.

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Gravity Matters Puts Parents Back in Control

September 2007

Parent Help is proud to announce a new, one-of-a-kind product that will give parents all the tools they need to make their home of peace, love, and unity. And the best part is, you can do it from home.

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