This series of fifteen gripping, unflinching programs feature true stories and real adolescents having frank discussions that allow kids to confront and solve issues they face every day.

*Correlated to Health, At-Risk & Safety Standards and to Life Science (Human Body) standards K-12 curricula
*Award-winning (Emmy and many others), television-level production values also give these programs credibility with the media-saturated target audience of pre-teen and teenage viewers
*Unlike many at-risk programs produced over the last decades, these programs focus more on causes of behavior and less on the "de jour" symptoms, such as specific substances abused, STDs, etc.
*These programs will change students’ behaviors quickly, which is the primary motive for educators to purchase them.

1. ANGRY AND VIOLENT TEENS - This dramatic program features interviews with, and profiles of, teens whose lives have been impacted by violence.

2. BODY IMAGE OBSESSION - What is the price of attaining the "perfect" appearance? Who sets contemporary standards of beauty? This Parents' Choice Award-winning program examines the growing trend of childhood obsession with body image.
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3. BULLYCIDE AND VERBAL ABUSE - Recent surveys revealed that thousands of children stay home from school every day because they fear what other kids may do or say to them. The newest forms of bullying are Cyberbullying, cruelty on the Internet, and Bullycide, one child driving another to suicide.

4. CYBERSTALKING AND BULLYING - With technology comes great freedom, but also great responsibility. Within seconds of logging on to a computer, children may be exposed to graphic language, hurtful gossip, pornography, and predators. "Smart parents understand that if you live near water, you need to teach your child to swim," a cybercamp director observes in this essential program.

5. DRINKING AND DRIVING KILLS - This shattering program explores the different reasons why kids drink and reveals how alcohol affects kids differently than adults.

6. FAT CHANCE: TEEN OBESITY - In this compelling program, overweight and formerly obese teens share the agony of being subjected to verbal and physical bullying. They discuss the devastating impact being an overweight kid has on their self-esteem.

7. FROM RUDE TO RESPECTFUL - This important program asks if troubled kids act the way they do because they feel isolated and unconnected to those around them.
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8. GATEWAY TO ADDICTION - Teen addicts speak in their own words about how their lives spiraled out of control after using drugs.
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9. OTC DRUGS AND INHALANTS - This eye-opening program illuminates how this abuse is skyrocketing among teenagers ages 12 and up using over-the-counter and prescription medicine for non-medical reasons.

10. SELF-HURTING TEENS (#14897) - Viewers will hear the powerful true stories of kids who have struggled with self-injury, from Andrea, whose legs bear scars from razor blade cuts, to Chad, a bright and athletic student who ultimately took his own life. This compelling and emotional program explores the causes of these dangerous behaviors, and emphasizes the importance of children communicating their pain so they can get the help they desperately need.
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11. STDS LIFETIME CONSEQUENCES - This essential program offers straight talk about STDs and the heavy price young adults are paying for having unprotected sex.
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12. STOPPING VERBAL BULLYING - The pain bullies cause is not always physical, and the weapons they use are often invisible: teasing, exclusion, and name-calling. Their victims may experience a loss of confidence, a drop in grades, and a fear of people and school. In this wrenching program, bullies and victims speak out about the nature of bullying and its devastating legacy.

13. TEENS BEATING THE ODDS - Reinforces the positive role parents can play in developing their children's self-confidence by reassuring them that obstacles are not permanent, pervasive, or personal.

14. THE BUY-ME GENERATION - This eye-opening program features positive examples of spoiled kids who turned their lives around when they learned the difference between what they need and what they want.
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15. TOO FAR, TOO FAST - Explores how peer pressure can cloud judgment, and distinguishes between positive risks that are a normal part of childhood development and negative risks that could have lifelong implications.

#14690/14452007Grades 6 to 12 $2,139.95 Streaming Available

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