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Clue Series Part 11:
Dressing Sexy, Being Thin

Nicole Clark, Audrey Brashich, Susan M. Heim

pic There is an enormous amount of pressure on young girls to be sexy and thin. The source of those pressures are ubiquitous and the implications are pretty profound. In this segment we explore how the pressure to be sexy and thin is impacting young girls and stressing out many parents. We close with concrete tips for parents.
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Clue Series Part 10:
College Prep:The Sexual Landscape on Campus

Miriam Grossman, MD and Susan Heim with Dr. Meg Meeker 

pic The sexual revolution is alive and well and has gone to whole new level.  According to our guest, dating as we've known it is out and "hooking up" is in.  Social life on campus typically means random sex with unknown partners and brings with it a host of physical, emotional and psychological trauma.  Our guess give parents visibility into the side of campus life many simply don't know.
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Clue Series Part 9:
Teen Dating: Setting Your Own Simple Rules

Dr. Mike Bradley, Joneen MacKenzie, and Amy McCready

pic Setting some boundaries for your teen around dating is critical. Some specific areas include curfews, use of alcohol and drugs, driving in cars with friends, spending money and physical contact are just a few. This segment discusses how to go about discussing and setting boundaries with your teen and ideally, getting their buy in.
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Clue Series Part 8:
Teen Dating: Preparing Yourself and Your Teen

Dr. Mike Bradley, Joneen MacKenzie, and Amy McCready

pic If your teen hasn't started thinking about dating you can be sure it won't be long. Our guests suggests that the time for parents to start thinking about teen dating is when your child is somewhere around 2 years old. If you missed the memo don't worry. This segment covers the basics you need to consider before your son or daughter discovers the opposite sex and pops the question.
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Clue Series Part 7:
Whoa! I Found Condoms In My Daughter's Bag

Dr. Joe Mcilhaney, M.D. & Kathryn Stamoulis, Ph.D.

pic It's every parent's nightmare. You're cleaning up your daughter's room, stumble across her back pack and surprise! Inside you find a package of condoms. Pardon the cliche, but what's a mother to do? Hopefully you never need listen to this segment but if you do, our guests offer clear and helpful guidance on what to say and do next.
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