Monday, March 31, 2008
Sunday, March 30, 2008
I created a Blog that I update regularly regarding News Articles on Parenting today as well as the expanding concerns that surround the Internet, such as Cyberbullying.
Friday, March 28, 2008
Many of the kids today are not aware of the lasting effect a humorous picture today can cause for the future. Our children today are the same kids that will be applying for colleges and jobs several years from now. However, to a child/teen, that seems like a lifetime away.
As a parent, we can help monitor their activity by always keeping your lines of communication open.
Another option for parents is Reputation Defender MyChild. This service will send you monthly reports on your child's name and what is being said about them. Many parents have signed up for this service, and personally - I think it is a priceless in today's unregulated cyberspace.
Protecting our children comes natural to most parents - now we have to expand our protection to the expanding world of the web.
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Preventing Addiction: What Parents Must Know To Immunize Their Kids Against Drug and Alcohol Addiction
Sunday, March 23, 2008
When kids get their license, it opens up a world of freedom, and a world of risks. More teens die driving than any other age group. While we can’t protect our teenagers from everything on the road, we have to at least try to protect them from themselves – young drivers are inexperienced, easily distracted and typically drive as if they are invincible.
Children won’t always listen to adults. That’s why our programs always feature real kids that your kids can relate to. In Behind the Wheel, teens share their true stories about driving and crashing – broken bones, broken trust, shattered dreams. Watch this compelling program as a family, and suddenly you won’t be talking at your kids… you’ll be talking with them.
With a team of experts, you’ll learn many ways that parents can help keep kids safe on the road. You’ll explore driving contracts, cell phone use and new technology that helps parents to keep tabs on their kids’ driving. Don’t miss this chance to see what real teen drivers are doing on the road…to show your own kids the incredible dangers… and to learn how you can help them be safe before it’s too late.
Saturday, March 22, 2008
Summer is almost here and summer programs are filling up fast. With many teens a good positive summer experience can help build their self esteem and help motivate them academically.
There are many great summer camps - http://www.campfinders.com/ is one service that has helped hundreds of families for many years.
For more information contact Parents Universal Resource Experts.
Thursday, March 20, 2008
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Defending yourself online has became a serious concern for many people. The lack of regulations in Cyberspace means you have to learn to maintain your own Google Image.
As both a victim and survivor of Internet Defamation, I know first hand the toll this can take on a person and their family. I fought back and won an unprecedented jury verdict for damages of $11.3M.
Free Speech does not condone defamation!
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
After placing her in an abusive environment - from her experiences - (Carolina Springs Academy) - thinking I was going to get help - quite the opposite happened.Litigation followed - I won victoriously, not once but 3 times. I defeated WWASPS aka Carolina Springs Academy in August 2004 in a jury trial in their home state of Utah. I further defeated them in the Supreme Court of Appeals in June 2006. In September 2006 I won an unprecedented jury verdict for damages of $11.3M!
Teen Help Sales Reps, such as Mark Peterson, Lisa Irvin, Jane Hawley and many others (their marketing is second to none in my opinion) continues to attempt to discredit my victories as well as my experiences. I guess it is called Spin - Spin the story to fit your needs or make a sale!
Several months ago - I was actually contacted by a former employee of Carolina Springs Academy - this person told me that many of the staff have no clue I won, and this person told me so much more is still going on. But due to fear and intimidation, people are silenced. I wasn't silenced - I fought back - my story is here - and a jury heard it and I won.
My book - Wit's End! - which is being published by the same people that brought you the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series, will not only share our experiences at Carolina Springs Academy - it will give you hope and inspiration if you are struggling with your teen today. People will hear my daughter's voice for the first time since her time in Carolina Springs Academy.
For more information - Click Here.
Monday, March 17, 2008
Everyday news can be hard to keep up with. Cyberbullying has become a very hot topic and as a Parent Advocate, I am always interested in parenting articles.
For current articles that cover these topics and more - Click Here.
Saturday, March 15, 2008
Friday, March 14, 2008
Boot Camps for Troubled Teens - Boot Camps for Girls - Boot Camps for Boys - Find Positive Alternatives
Boot Camps for Girls
Boot Camps for Boys
As a Parent Advocate I am recieve many phones can emails from parents looking to place their struggling teenager into a boot camp.
We (Parents Universal Resource Experts) never promote, refer or recommend anyone to Boot Camps.
We believe in building our teens back up, not breaking them down. Many teens are suffering with low self esteem, which can lead to negative behavior. When you take a negative child and place them into a potentially punitive environment, such as a Boot Camp, you can risk your child returning with more anger and resentment. This anger is usually targeted at the person that placed them there – the parent.
We believe in finding healthy, positive, nurturing and safe environments to promote your teen’s self confidence, to make better choices and determine where the negative behavior is stemming from. With this emotional growth, your teen and your family can start healing towards a happy and healthy home life.
As a parent it is our responsibility to find a school or program that will instill positive values and help your teen through the difficult times they were having at home and/or school. It is time to bring your family back together.
Contact us for more information and start getting your teenager the positive help they may need.
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Sunday, March 9, 2008
Thursday, March 6, 2008
Finding a good summer programs, such as Leadership Programs, can help your child build their self esteem to make better choices as well as motivate them to reach their highest potential.
If your child is starting to struggling in school, whether it is peer pressure or other issues, you may want to consider summer alternatives.
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
Sue Scheff is the first parent to DEFEAT WWASPS (World Wide Association of Specialty Programs and Schools) in both a Jury Trial and the Supreme Court
Are you a parent that is at your wit's end - desperate and fall into the trap of urgency to place your child into a specialty school or program? Think twice - read "A Parent's True Story" - then visit my website at www.helpyourteens.com.
My book - Wit's End! will be released in July 2008 - you will get to hear my daugther's voice and her up close and personal experiences of Carolina Springs Academy.
I assume I will always have the Internet Flamers - but thankfully I always have the truth on my side. The truth prevailed!
After meeting with my Congresswoman this week as well as a Florida Senator several times, I am confident there will be positive changes to ensure the safety of children and an awareness for parents.
Monday, March 3, 2008
Did you know that 70 percent of teens on the Internet have accidentally found pornography on the web; 60 percent have been contacted online by a stranger; another 60 percent have been victims of online bullying; and 45 percent have posted personal information?
The Internet Generation tells of online experiences and stories your kids may not be telling you about this 24/7 cyber- world. You’ll hear insights on setting specific rules, keeping track of kids’ online visits, and talking with them – armed with hard facts and real-life examples – about the very real threats out there.
When it comes to Internet know-how, can parents ever catch up with their kids? Yes. Watch The Internet Generation and start the conversation with your children about what’s on the Internet – the good and the bad. The Internet is here to stay, and it’s our responsibility to keep kids safe, especially when they’re online.
Saturday, March 1, 2008
There are going to be more exciting changes coming this year. A second book in progress and meetings with my Florida Senator and Congresswoman to work towards a safer Cyberspace.