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Parents Universal Resource Experts: Helping Parents of Troubled Teens

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Parent’s Universal Resource Experts, Inc. (P.U.R.E.™) was founded in 2001 by author and parent advocate, Sue Scheff. Since that time, P.U.R.E.™ has provided over 100,000 families with valuable information and resources for their at risk children and teens. 

These are teens who are struggling with peer pressure, experimenting with drugs and alcohol, and are simply good kids starting to make bad choices. We have many very satisfied families who have used our services. 

Call today for a free consultation or visit www.helpyourteens.com for more information.  Fill out a contact form.

Diamond Ranch Ranch Academy Review

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After we have continued to receive negative reviews on Diamond Ranch, as a national parent advocacy organization, we have received thousands of intakes and reviews from parents since 2001.

They are obviously feeling the pressure, as they are attempting to use our good name in their marketing.

Is this the type of program you would entrust your child to? Stooping to this level of advertising? Why can't they use their own good merit?

Remember, this is your child. This is a major financial and emotional decision. If a program has to stoop to this level to "sell" you - what else are they doing?

Buyer beware.

This is why I founded Parents Universal Resource Experts. We help educate parents on this type of marketing. Read what happened to me at A Parent's True Story.

Look for my new book, Shame Nation: The Global Epidemic of Online Hate - they seem to be part of generating it.

Wits End Book will help you sift through this confusing teen help - big business. Free chapter here.

Cyberbullying: Teens Turn to Friends More Than Parents or Teachers

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With back to school around the corner, the concern of bullying and cyberbullying is on many parents minds.
Whenever you are being harassed or bullied online, especially if virtual violence or otherwise is involved, being able to tell someone is imperative. With younger people we encourage them to tell their parents, however we know at times this can be difficult. They fear their will lose their online privileges or not be taken seriously. In a report by Unicef the majority of adolescents polled said the would turn to a friend, and that’s okay. As long as you tell someone. 54% said they would tell a friend.48% said they would tell a parent.19% said they would tell a teacher.