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When Teens Use Sarcasm: What It Means and How to Respond to It
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Dr. Vicki Panaccione, Nancy Blair


Few things are more irritating to parents than a teen's sarcastic retort. Our guests provided guidance for understanding why teens use sarcasm and the best ways to respond.



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Positive Failure: Persuading Teens and Parents That Failure is Good and Necessary
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Charles C. Manz, Ph.D. Justin Boudreau


Most of us acknowledge that failing is part of success, but accepting failure en route to success is still a hard sell.  Our guest talk about how to raise our comfort level with the trial and error process.




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Why Do Teens Run Away, What Can Parents Do?
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Maureen Blaha, Annie Fox, M.Ed, Justin Boudreau


Our guests help us unpack the dynamics that drive teens to run away and provide both prevention tips and support resources.



Follow:@RRLamourelle, @Annie_Fox @leadwithjustin

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Surprising Benefits of Video Games for Teens and Parents
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Dr. Sarah M. Coyne, Dr. Elisabeth Gee


Many parents believe that video games are just a mindless, useless past time. However, our guests suggest that video games have powerful benefit for both teens and parents.




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The Link Between Your Teen and the New  Drug Culture - Part II
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Jodi Barber, Gil Mulhere, Dr. Jann Gumbiner


There's a new drug abuse problem among teens today that may surprise many parents.  Prescription drugs have become the first choice for many teens and the implications are profound. Tune in and hear what every parent needs to know about this new threat.




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