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The Link Between Your Teen and the New Drug Culture - Part I

Dr. Regina Lamourelle withJodi Barber, Gil Mulhere, Dr. Jann Gumbiner

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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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Are Our Teen Less Civil? What Can We Do About It?

Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Annie Fox, M.Ed, Jessica Lahey, Justin Boudreau 

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Most agree that our society has become more course. Signs of a growing incivility are an increasing concern. How is this dynamic impacting our teens and what can be done about it? Tune in as we discuss.

Follow: @leadwithjustin @jesslahey @Annie_Fox @RRLamourelle,

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The Imposter Syndrome: Helping Your Teen Develop a Sense of Competence

Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Valerie Young, Jessica Collett and Annie Fox

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Our guests say that a deep feeling of incompetence can lead many people to feel like imposters throughout their lives. In this segment we talk about how to get your teen on the right track to being confident about who they are and what they can do.

Follow: @ValerieYoung @jesscollett @Annie_Fox @RRLamourelle

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Digital Literacy: Five Things Every Parent Needs to Know

Dr. Lamourelle with John Palfrey, Patrick Larkin

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Today's kids are growing up in a very high-tech world and the implications are profound. Many parents are unaware of exactly how things have changed, why it matters or even the basics they need to know. This segment is a useful starting point.

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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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