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Favorite Child: The Impact of Playing Favorites on the Favored Child and Other Siblings

Dr. Lamourelle with Dr. Ellen Weber Libby, Annie Fox, M.Ed.

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Our guests tell us that all parents, even teachers, have favorites. Much is known about the impact of playing favorites on the children involved. Perhaps what is most surprising is that those playing favorites are often completely unaware that they’re doing so, or how their teens are being affected. 

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As Marijuana Moves Towards Greater Acceptance, What is the Impact on Teens?

Dr. Lamourelle with Dr. Yasmin Hurd, Dr. Matthew Smith

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We're seeing definitive moves toward the legalization of marijuanafor recreational use. As the use of pot becomes normalized, what will bethe impact on teens and what should parents sayto their teens aboutits use.

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Difficult, but Necessary Conversations About Your Teen, Sex, and Cancer

Dr. Lamourelle withMichael T. Brady, MD, Kathryn Stamoulis

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Many parents are reluctant to talk to their tweens and teens about sex, cancer and the HPV. The need to have this discussion is often complicated by the misinformation about the HPV vaccine. In this segment we attempt to give parents some needed help with this difficult issue.

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Understanding the Challenges of Being a Multiracial Teen

Dr. Lamourelle with Jacqueline M. Chen, Jessica Remedios, Jann Gumbiner

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The number of biracial kids is on the rise. But not much is generally understood about the unique world in which they live and the challenges they face. In this segment we go inside the world of multiracial teens. 

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Worried Parents, Anxious Teens

Dr. Lamourelle with Lynn Lyons, Reid Wilson, Heather Wolpert-Gawron,Jann Gumbiner

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When parents' concerns and good intentions go wrong, the impact can be distressful for teens. Is your anxiety creating anxiety and avoidance behavior in your tween? How can you avoid this? 

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