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By 7016382237 12 Sep, 2017
This page addresses some of the most important issues facing our teenagers at this time. These include teen suicide , teen violence , cyberbullying (online bullying) , Internet & online addiction , teens and sex , teens and substance abuse , teen anorexia and eating disorders , violent video games , teans watching porn , TV violence , violence at home , & violent culture . Parents, teachers and communities across the country are concerned with teen issues, which are caused by a number of social, cultural, technological, communal, economic, familial, and individual factors. While it may be hard to change the nature of the Internet, computers, cell phones and TV, there is always something that each one of us can do to reduce teen violence, the rate of teen suicide, teen cyber-bullying, bullying at school, and help develop a well-adjusted relationship to our technological and commercialized culture, and a creative and balanced use of the Internet, Online Gaming, etc. Following is information about the underlying forces behind these teen issues, as well as actions that parents, teachers and each one of us can take to address them.  Please click below for more information.

http://www.zurinstitute.com/teenviolence.html



 
By 7016382237 20 Aug, 2017

 Thinking of "tying the knot"?


Getting married is one of the most important decisions you make in your life, so the stakes are too high to leave to your love-crazed judgment. Yet most people fall in love, get engaged and tie the knot. The problem is that men and women make this crucial decision when they are consumed with desire and passion. Something must surely be missing in the process, as more than half of the marriages in the U.S. end up in divorce. Could the missing element be a dose of rationality and clarity ?

If you are seriously looking for a partner, use the following checklist earlyin your courtship to help you make a sound and conscious commitment. This will increase the chances of your love and marriage flourishing and lasting.

For validated advice please go to: http://zurinstitute.com/prenup1.html 

David C Deal, PhD




By 7016382237 12 Sep, 2017
This page addresses some of the most important issues facing our teenagers at this time. These include teen suicide , teen violence , cyberbullying (online bullying) , Internet & online addiction , teens and sex , teens and substance abuse , teen anorexia and eating disorders , violent video games , teans watching porn , TV violence , violence at home , & violent culture . Parents, teachers and communities across the country are concerned with teen issues, which are caused by a number of social, cultural, technological, communal, economic, familial, and individual factors. While it may be hard to change the nature of the Internet, computers, cell phones and TV, there is always something that each one of us can do to reduce teen violence, the rate of teen suicide, teen cyber-bullying, bullying at school, and help develop a well-adjusted relationship to our technological and commercialized culture, and a creative and balanced use of the Internet, Online Gaming, etc. Following is information about the underlying forces behind these teen issues, as well as actions that parents, teachers and each one of us can take to address them.  Please click below for more information.

http://www.zurinstitute.com/teenviolence.html



 
By 7016382237 20 Aug, 2017

 Thinking of "tying the knot"?


Getting married is one of the most important decisions you make in your life, so the stakes are too high to leave to your love-crazed judgment. Yet most people fall in love, get engaged and tie the knot. The problem is that men and women make this crucial decision when they are consumed with desire and passion. Something must surely be missing in the process, as more than half of the marriages in the U.S. end up in divorce. Could the missing element be a dose of rationality and clarity ?

If you are seriously looking for a partner, use the following checklist earlyin your courtship to help you make a sound and conscious commitment. This will increase the chances of your love and marriage flourishing and lasting.

For validated advice please go to: http://zurinstitute.com/prenup1.html 

David C Deal, PhD




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