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Review for “Heal Your Memories, Change Your Life” by Frank Healy

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Review for “Heal Your Memories, Change Your Life” by Frank Healy

Reviewed by Cynthia Brian

It’s Never Too Late for Happy Memories

It’s been said that no one gets out of this world alive. Perhaps the better axiom is that no on gets out of this world unscathed by hurtful memories.  Frank Healy’s newest book, Heal Your Memories, Change your Life, offers a way to live fully while remembering the positive and deleting the negative.  Known as The Memory Healer, Frank is rather unique in that he is one of only thirty-three people in the world to have been tested and classified by the University of California as possessing Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory. Healy remembers every day of his life since he was six years old including the day of the week, the weather, current events, and personal activities. Blessed (or cursed) with this intelligence set him on a path to help others deal with their memories. He became a licensed professional counselor, life coach, and author. With the informative exercises in Heal Your Memories, Change your Life, he gently nudges the reader to remember the past by using all our senses and to take cognizant control of our thoughts, memories, and emotions.

Whether one has had a happy childhood or a rough time growing up, Healy shows us how today truly is the first day in creating a joyful memory. He teaches us ways to hold on to the good and throw out the bad or painful. By writing down answers to simple questions, we are lead on a journey to discover our own self-worth through the lessons of hard knocks. We can turn stumbling blocks into stepping stones and learn to bounce higher. Everything that happens in life is a teaching moment to make us stronger, smarter, and savvier, if we allow ourselves to find the lemonade in the lemons. 

Heal Your Memories, Change your Life offers big servings of humor through comical illustrations with a refreshing message.  The fourteen chapters resonate with true-life stories from real people, used with permission, as they traveled the road to memory healing.  Readers are instructed to keep a journal or write on a computer, but the important thing is to record the answers to the questions in each chapter in order to heal the memories and move forward. 

Whether we want to improve a relationship, find the right career, make more money, or be a better person, Healy encourages us to change our beliefs to change our life. Everyone in life lives through tragedy, disappointment, abandonment, and upheaval at some point during our years on this earth. He shows us that it’s not what happens to us that defines us, but how we respond and react to any situation that will determine our memories. We’ll find ourselves laughing, crying, shouting, pouting, and being grateful as we doctor the pain, alter our feelings, and reconnect with the happy times.

Most of all, we’ll be made aware of how truly awesome it is to remember.

 

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To listen to a LIVE interview with Frank Healy, visit http://www.StarStyleRadio.com for 9/11/13 or 11/27/13.

 
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Cynthia Brian
The Goddess Gardener
I am available as a speaker, designer, and consultant.  
Cynthia will answer one or more questions every other issue as space allows. Email your comments or questions to Cynthia@GoddessGardener.com 
 
Cynthia Brian is the producer and host of StarStyle®-Be the Star You Are!® heard LIVE every Wednesday on the Voice America Empowerment Channel from 4-5pm PT at . More information is available at http://www.StarStyleRadio.com
 

Cynthia Brian is a New York Times best selling author, TV/Radio personality, speaker, coach, and Founder of Be the Star You Are!® charity, www.CynthiaBrian.com, www.StarstyleRadio.com, www.BetheSTARyouAre.org

THE APP RAP-Postagram By Alex Pawlakos Edited by Cynthia Brian

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THE APP RAP-Postagram By Alex Pawlakos Edited by Cynthia Brian

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App:        Postagram by Sincerely.com  

For:         iPhones and Android phones

Price:       Free

        How many postcards did you send this summer? For that matter, how many postcards did you receive in the mail? These days, a lot of smartphone users take pictures with their phone and text them right to the recipient. However, many people still love to send (and receive) postcards through the mail, considering it to be more personal and thoughtful. Luckily, for those who still like postcards, Postagram is a fantastic app. With Postagram, you can easily send a postcard in the mail, directly from your phone. You can use a picture that you shoot directly from the app or take a picture out of your phone’s photo library. Your photos are then turned into personalized postcards that you mail directly from your phone. The cost is 99 cents for mailing in the U.S. mailing or $1.99 for international mailing. This is a very popular app and users are sending personalized postcards for thank-you cards, invitations, birthday cards, travel postcards, birth announcements and more. You can include a message up to 140 characters, and the postcards are printed on thick, glossy photo card stock with high resolution. In addition, the postcard is personalized with the sender’s profile photo. Another handy feature is that the 3×3 inch photo can be popped-out of the postcard to be framed, put in your wallet, or added to scrapbooks. Thanks to Postagram, it is so simple to mail a personalized postcard to anyone, anywhere, anytime.

Alex Pawlakos enjoys biking, weightlifting, and tutoring in his spare time. He is a reporter on the Be the Star You Are!® Express Yourself!™Teen Radio and an economics major at UC Berkeley.

Read at https://www.lamorindaweekly.com/archive/issue0715/THE-APP-RAP.html

As the editor and teen coach for Teen Scene for the newspaper, Cynthia Brian has had the opportunity to work with talented teens with attitude and opinions. She shares selected published works. To read numerous articles shepherded by Cynthia, visit www.BTSYA.com. Cynthia Brian also produces Express Yourself!™ on Voice America Kids Network heard Tuesdays NOON PT at http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2014/express-yourself or for photos, descriptions, links, and more visit http://www.ExpressYourselfTeenRadio.com 

More information about the show at http://www.btsya.com/express_yourself_radio_show.html

Express Yourself!™ Teen Radio is produced by Cynthia Brian of Starstyle® Productions, llc as an outreach program of Be the Star You Are!® charity. For information on being a guest email Katherine@BetheStarYouAre.org. To make a tax-deductible donation to keep this positive youth programming broadcasting weekly to international audiences, visit http://www.bethestaryouare.org/donate.htm. Thanks for supporting teens!

://www.bethestaryouare.org/donate.htm. Thanks for supporting teens!

 

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Cynthia Brian
The Goddess Gardener
I am available as a speaker, designer, and consultant.  
Cynthia will answer one or more questions every other issue as space allows. Email your comments or questions to Cynthia@GoddessGardener.com 
 
Cynthia Brian is the producer and host of StarStyle®-Be the Star You Are!® heard LIVE every Wednesday on the Voice America Empowerment Channel from 4-5pm PT at . More information is available at http://www.StarStyleRadio.com

Express Yourself Teens Talk about Responsibility

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Express Yourself Teens Talk about Responsibility

Express Yourself! STAR On-Air Team

Produced by Cynthia Brian

 

What is responsibility and how do we interpret it? Hosts Youngjoo Ahn and Katelyn Darrow believe that being responsible means being dependable, accountable, having integrity, walking your talk, and exhibiting the authority to act. Global Youth Reporter, Ryan Sim talks about the international security and human rights norms known as the “Responsibility to Protect” or “R2P” with the moral responsibility to prevent and stop genocides, war crimes, ethnic cleansing, and crimes against humanity. #Hashtag reporter Alex Lee, talks about the physical, mental, and sociological responsibility that individuals of being a social networker. Our youth hosts interview our special guest, 17 year old recording artist, Roxie Bardo, who shares her discipline and responsibility ways of doing business in the recording world. Originally from Tennessee, currently residing in Los Angeles, Roxie is a professional songwriter as well as the owner of Roxie Bardo Entertainment (P) 2013.

Listen at Voice America: http://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/72834/responsibility

Listen at Express Yourself! Teen Radio: http://starstyleradio.com/Express_Yourself%21_Radio/Entries/2013/10/1_Responsibility.html

The 10th Annual Essay Contest begins soon. Enter to win $100 plus radio interviews, books, publicity, and more. For guidelines visit http://starstyleradio.com/Events/Entries/2013/10/18_Win_%24100._Radip_Interviews%2C_Books_in_Essay_Contest.html

Express Yourself!™ Teen Radio is produced by Cynthia Brian of Starstyle® Productions, llc as an outreach program of Be the Star You Are!® charity. For information on being a guest email caiekelley@gmail.com. To make a tax-deductible donation to keep this positive youth programming broadcasting weekly to international audiences, visit http://www.bethestaryouare.org/donate.htm. Thanks for supporting teens!

http://www.bethestaryouare.org/donate.htm. Thanks for supporting teens!

 

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Express Yourself! Teens Talk Depression & Anxiety

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Express Yourself! Teens Talk Depression & Anxiety

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Express Yourself Teens Talk about Depression and Anxiety

 with the Express Yourself! STAR On-Air Team

Produced by Cynthia Brian

 
Over 350 million people suffer from depression worldwide.  According to the World Mental Health Survey conducted in 17 countries, “1 in 20 people have reported episode of depression in the previous year.” Depression leads to mental deterioration, and, at its worst, can cause individuals to commit suicide, which result in an estimated 1 million deaths every year.  Our teen reporters and hosts share information, tips, and more that help us recognize depression and reduce our stress. Hosts Youngjoo Ahn and Katelyn Darrow lead the discussions with Global Youth Reporter, Ryan Sim tells us to reach out for help. #Hashtag reporter, Alex Lee, believes that social networking leads to increased depression and encourages listeners to distance themselves from technology more often. Youngjoo’s Artsy Gift provides activities,  and depression proof kits to cheer us up. Special guest is the 19 year old You Tube rising star, Joshelyn Smith, who writes songs on her guitar and piano and posts about life, beauty, fitness & wellness, motivation, and anything that tickles her fancy.
 
Join us at the 15th Annual Pear Festival to meet our Reporters and Writers, Sept. 28, 10am-4pm PT. Fun activities for the family and autographed books. 
The 10th Annual Essay Contest Begins Soon. 2013 Essay Guidelines.pdf
 
Be the Star You Are!® charity brings you this life changing young adult program. Help keep us on the air. DONATE TODAY at www.BTSYA.org
 
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Read Reviews of Be the Star You Are!® Congratulations to the volunteers and supporters of Be the Star You Are!® charity for being honored for the 4th year in a row as being a TOP NON PROFIT!.
 
For more information on our hosts, visit our Express Yourself!™ Creative Community

 

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Express Yourself!™ Teen Radio is produced by Cynthia Brian of Starstyle® Productions, llc as an outreach program of Be the Star You Are!® charity. For information on being a guest email Katherine@BetheStarYouAre.org. To make a tax-deductible donation to keep this positive youth programming broadcasting weekly to international audiences, visit http://www.bethestaryouare.org/donate.htm. Thanks for supporting teens!

http://www.bethestaryouare.org/donate.htm. Thanks for supporting teens!
 
Be the Star You Are!® charity offices were burglarized. What kind of person steals from a non profit serving others for free? Please help Be the Star You Are!® recover from this disappointing event. Make a donation today. http://www.bethestaryouare.org/donate.htm
 

Teens Talk about Positivity with the Express Yourself! STAR On-Air Team

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Teens Talk about Positivity with the Express Yourself! STAR On-Air Team

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Produced by Cynthia Brian

Are you an optimist or pessimist? Do you find yourself being up or down? Positivity is a choice. We have the power to be happy or the power to make ourselves sad. Positive people lead happier lives and research indicates they live longer as well. In Express Yourself!™ today, hosts Rachel Glass and Hannah Li focus on the ability to bring more positivity into our daily routine. Rachel talks about the importance of looking at our glass as half full as opposed to half empty. Hannah dresses in bright colors and expresses the idea that wardrobe is important to creating an optimistic mood. What’s Poppin’ reporter, Caie Kelley, offers up quotes from famous people who have been instrumental in turning bad situations into wins and New York Times best selling author and radio producer, Cynthia Brian shares her optimistic viewpoint on how to become the positive star you were meant to be.If you’ve been down lately, this program will up your happiness and positivity quotient.

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Express Yourself!™ Teen Radio is produced by Cynthia Brian of Starstyle® Productions, llc as an outreach program of Be the Star You Are!® charity. For information on being a guest email Katherine@BetheStarYouAre.org. To make a tax-deductible donation to keep this positive youth programming broadcasting weekly to international audiences, visit Be The Star You Are. Thanks for supporting teens DONATE! . Thanks for supporting teens!

 

Review of Dragon Drop by Jerry Ackerman BY CYNTHIA BRIAN

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Review of Dragon Drop by Jerry Ackerman BY CYNTHIA BRIAN

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Love is Forever

What would you do if the mythical creature that you’ve always believed was real showed up at your window one evening?  Invite him in, of course!  In Jerry Ackerman’s young adult novel, a little girl contently draws dragons at a cluttered table. Although her dad has told her that dragons are imaginary, he has also said that the imagination is a wonderful thing allowing anything to be as real as a person wants.  Outside the window, a dragon that looks exactly like her drawn portrait peers at the scene. Through the Transzip, he has landed on earth at the home of ten year-old Lily and her parents.  His life is about to change forever.

This is a novel about friendships, family, devotion, and love. It is also about telling the truth while holding back words or thoughts that could be hurtful. It’s a book about discovery, believing in the impossible, and tapping into our source.  Most of all, the novel is entertaining, sweet, and a great read for all ages. 

The author wrote this story as a love note to his daughter. Through his spirited words, it’s obvious that family, connection, love, respect, and caring are paramount in one’s life. Py, the dragon, represents the author, while Lily, the child in the book, embodies the true-life characteristics of his daughter, Sierra.

This is a heartfelt read for the entire family. I laughed, cried, and got goosebumps. Most of all, I am now searching the skies for dragons. They are real.

 Listen to an interview with Sierra as she channels Lily on Express Yourself!™ Teen Radio at http://starstyleradio.com/Express_Yourself%21_Radio/Entries/2013/8/27_Keeping_Secrets.html.

Cynthia Brian is a New York Times Best Selling Author, Actor, Radio Personality, and Founder/Executive Director, Be the Star You Are!® 501 c3 literacy charity. More info at http://www.Star-Style.com.

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Express Yourself!™ Teen Radio is produced by Cynthia Brian of Starstyle® Productions, llc as an outreach program of Be the Star You Are!® charity. For information on being a guest email Katherine@BetheStarYouAre.org. To make a tax-deductible donation to keep this positive youth programming broadcasting weekly to international audiences, visit http://www.bethestaryouare.org/donate.htm.  Thanks for supporting teens!

 

 

Transitioning from One School to Another By Linda Lan Phung and Caie Kelley

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Transitioning from One School to Another By Linda Lan Phung and Caie Kelley

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Edited by Cynthia Brian

Once July comes to an end and August begins, the start of school seems imminent. The prospect of being an older student can feel unreal – especially when memories of the previous year seem so vivid. Even more surreal is the change from being at the top level of the school to the bottom again. 

Sophia Li has just completed middle school and will enter the world of high school. Unlike many incoming freshman, Li has a little bit of experience with the academic rigor because she took a math class at Campolindo High School while still in the eighth grade. 

Along with a new school, Li looks forward to having her sister in the same school since the last time that occurred was in the second grade. She jokes, adding, “Plus, I’ll have a ride home from school!”

Once situated in school, the transition from one grade level to the next becomes easier because students have familiarized themselves with the system. For rising sophomore Jonathan Zhou, he welcomes the new school year with no fear of getting lost on campus again. 

Thinking back, Zhou comments, “I procrastinated and didn’t study very much, but knowing this, I can improve for my AP European History class next year.” 

It can be nerve-wracking, imagining oneself in a higher grade with more responsibilities. Summer is the perfect buffer of time, allowing for adjustment and amelioration for a smoother transition to our next educational challenge.

On the other end of the spectrum, recent Miramonte High School graduate Julia Ting nervously anticipates attending college. “It will be a huge change from high school: not only will the academics be much harder, but I will need to take care of myself and make new friends,” she says.

During the summer Ting had time to reflect on her senior year and is determined to improve for college. Many seniors suffer from “senioritis,” a condition in which students lose their drive to excel, especially during the second semester when college applications have already been sent and graduation is nearing.

Ting was no exception. Optimistic, she states, “I had a bad case of senioritis, but hopefully I’ll reset by the end of the summer and recover my motivation once school starts in the fall.” 

Preparing for College

Like Ting, many of the graduated high school seniors from the Class of 2013 will soon enter college and life away from home. How have some of these students spent the summer months preparing for the transition?

Gina Nerone, who will be attending the University of Wisconsin in the fall, explained that she wanted to make the most of her time before she left for school. She says, “The week after graduation, my best friend and I went on a road trip through the Pacific North West to celebrate being finished with high school. We travelled to Olympic National Park, added gum to the Gum Wall at Pike Place Market, and tasted the famous ‘Voodoo Doughnuts’ in Portland.” 

Several other groups of graduated seniors took trips this summer abroad and around the country as well. Nerone continues, “in terms of my packing list for college, I’m ordering stuff online and picking it up at the stores in Wisconsin. I always knew I wanted to go far away for school, but college has such a different climate and culture. I will miss my close friends and family, yet I also know I am going to have so much fun!”

Her mixture of excitement and nerves seem to be echoed by many of her peers. Zac Nan, who will also be studying out of state soon, says, “I’m really taking advantage of all the moments I have – I am coaching and swimming for my last year at Sleepy Hollow, I go out for frozen yogurt and impromptu day trips, and I went to Disneyland with my family recently – it’s the little things.” His packing list was also light, because shipping is expensive and the amount one can bring is limited on flights. Nan is lucky, because as he says, “My roommate is a sophomore so I don’t have to bring any of the big stuff, which is a huge relief. I am looking forward to what is ahead.”

So whether next year’s destination is far away like Nan’s and Nerone’s or just over the hill, the upcoming transition to college – or to high school – is an exciting prospect in these young Lamorinda teen’s lives. As a soon-to-be college freshman said, “I can’t wait!”

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Linda Lan Phung, a High School senior who volunteers throughout the East Bay, is an officer with Club Be the Star You Are!(r), and strives for 17-second miracles, inspired by author Jason Wright. 

 Caie Kelley is a junior in High School and the Pop Culture reporter on the teen show, Express Yourself!  In her free time, she teaches swimming and piano, and enjoys volunteering.

As the editor and teen coach for Teen Scene for the newspaper, Cynthia Brian has had the opportunity to work with talented teens with attitude and opinions. She shares selected published works. To read numerous articles shepherded by Cynthia, visit www.BTSYA.com. Cynthia Brian also produces Express Yourself!™ on Voice America Kids Network heard Tuesdays NOON PT at http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2014/express-yourself or for photos, descriptions, links, and more visit http://www.ExpressYourselfTeenRadio.com

Unplugging BY Linda Lan Phung

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Unplugging BY Linda Lan Phung

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Edited by Cynthia Brian 

It is everywhere, with its never-ending presence and its own city, Silicon Valley, to call home.  Yes, I’m talking about technology, one of the most popular methods for people to stay connected and keep informed with the latest information, including news and personal updates. 
The new term for these people is “Generation C” in which the “C” stands for “connected.”  There is no specific age group as being part of Generation C is defined more by a specific trait – tech-addicted.  As a necessity, technology is used as a way to connect, but it has also become an obsession with many young adults dependent on it every minute. 
 
However, that is not the case with rising senior Annie Weber. 
 
Being imaginative, Weber took a break from technology as a present for her father’s birthday. Recounting the event, Weber says, “Going without technology was hard and nerve wracking because I was bored and tempted to listen to my IPod.” To divert her thoughts, she played Scrabble, watched a movie, and ate dinner for the remainder of the night, a total of five hours.
“This idea is an especially good birthday present for those parents who don’t like using technology,” Weber enthusiastically adds. “My parents praised me for being so thoughtful.”
 
Campolindo student Claire Gratz is the exact opposite.  Though she does not willingly leave her technology, she will busy herself with other activities when she has to turn off the TV or computer.  “I will play volleyball, but that lasts for only one hour,” jokes Gratz. 
By unplugging once in awhile we can avail ourselves of opportunities to explore new places and experiences.  Without a phone in tow, Senior Connor Campi kayaked on the Elkhorn Slough, an estuary in Monterey County.  Campi learned something new. “It was amazing to find out from the tour guide that these harbor seals can delay their pregnancy.” 
 
With our current lifestyles, it may seem difficult to suddenly detach from our gadgets.  Nonetheless, when we take small breaks and slowly challenge ourselves to pause more frequently, we may find joy in spending our time more creatively.  Just like Campi, when we brave life without technology for a even a short time period, we may just discover surprising facts about this world that surrounds us.
Linda Lan Phung, a Miramonte High School junior who volunteers throughout the East Bay, is an officer with Club Be the Star You Are!®, and strives for 17-second miracles, inspired by author Jason Wright. 

https://www.lamorindaweekly.com/archive/issue0711/Unplugging.html

As the editor and teen coach for Teen Scene for the newspaper, Cynthia Brian has had the opportunity to work with talented teens with attitude and opinions. She shares selected published works. To read numerous articles shepherded by Cynthia, visitwww.BTSYA.com. Cynthia Brian also produces Express Yourself!™ on Voice America Kids Network heard Tuesdays NOON PTat http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2014/express-yourself or for photos, descriptions, links, and more visit http://www.ExpressYourselfTeenRadio.com 

 

THE APP RAP: TripAdvisor By Eric Pawlakos

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THE APP RAP: TripAdvisor By Eric Pawlakos

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Edited by Cynthia Brian

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space.gifThe rapid growth of social media has really been a blessing to anyone who likes to go out and explore different places. This is due to the ease of accessing the reviews and opinions of others. There is no doubt that when you are looking for someplace new to experience, it is really helpful to know what other people have to say about a particular place. And, if you want the app that has the most extensive and useful reviews, TripAdvisor is simply indispensable. Wherever you are, this app helps you access over 100 million user reviews, opinions, and photos to find the best hotels, the best restaurants, and fun and interesting things to do. It also helps you to find flights and compare airfare. Use the ‘Near Me Now’ feature to instantly find out what is close to any address that you enter. This feature will list all nearby hotels, nearby restaurants and nearby things to do, including detailed information, price range, and the type of establishment. The best feature, of course, is the ability to read the numerous reviews and opinions of other travelers to help you make your decision. You will learn the good, the bad, and the ugly and with practice will be able to know which reviews are the most accurate and applicable to you. If you like to travel, whether close to home or in foreign lands, immediately downloading the TripAdvisor app to your smartphone is a wise decision.
 

Alex Pawlakos enjoys biking, weightlifting, and tutoring in his spare time. He is a reporter on Express Yourself!™) Teen Radio.

As the editor and teen coach for Teen Scene for the newspaper, Cynthia Brian has had the opportunity to work with talented teens with attitude and opinions. She shares selected published works. To read numerous articles shepherded by Cynthia, visit www.BTSYA.com. Cynthia Brian also produces Express Yourself!™ on Voice America Kids Network heard Tuesdays NOON PT at http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2014/express-yourself or for photos, descriptions, links, and more visit http://www.ExpressYourselfTeenRadio.com 
 

Dealing with Peer Pressure

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Dealing with Peer Pressure

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What is peer pressure and how does it affect us? Peer pressure is the influence of the social group on an individual. If you have ever felt like someone was trying to get you to do something that you didn’t want to do, you have experienced peer pressure. Peer pressure is JUST THAT-pressure. Just because “everyone else” is doing it, is not a reason to do “it”. In fact, lots of things people say they are doing, they really aren’t. They are just bragging and trying to get others pressured into doing something. 

On Express Yourself!™ today, our co-hosts Caie Kelley and Rachel Glass interview four reporters with various viewpoints pertaining to peer pressure. Isaiah Rankin, reporter for Nature Calls, shares the delicacy of eating tarantulas in Cambodia, our Fashion Forward reporter talks about the influence of fashion and trend on peer pressure. The ladies audition a new reporter, Alex Lee, with his segment #Hashtag and information on the social networking buzz plague, #YOLO. In addition, Economics Tune-Up Reporter, Alex Pawlakos, challenges us to be prudent with our money and the pressure to buy things we don’t want or need.

Peer pressure is a topic that everyone has experienced at one time or another. Our teens urge listeners to be true to themselves, be their own self, their best self and listen to their inner guidance system. Claiming peer pressure is often just an excuse to misbehave.  Be your own person.

Bruce Lee was right when he said, “I’m not in this world to live up to your expectations and you’re not in this world to live up to mine.” Listen at Voice America Kids Network: 

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More information about the show at http://www.btsya.com/express_yourself_radio_show.html
Express Yourself!™ Teen Radio is produced by Cynthia Brian of Starstyle® Productions, llc as an outreach program of Be the Star You Are!® charity. For information on being a guest email Katherine@BetheStarYouAre.org. To make a tax-deductible donation to keep this positive youth programming broadcasting weekly to international audiences, visit http://www.bethestaryouare.org/donate.htm. Thanks for supporting teens!
://www.bethestaryouare.org/donate.htm. Thanks for supporting teens!
 

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