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Drugs Like Prozac Trigger - Not Prevent - Teen Suicide! Expert Gives Life-Saving Advice
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COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - October 22, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- The FDA has ordered prominent warning labels for antidepressants like Prozac because they increase suicidal behavior in children and adolescents. That's why more than ever, we need to rely on better communication between kids and adults to keep teens safe and reduce their risky behavior during these turbulent, non-communicative years. Yet few parents know how to talk to their kids about what's really going on.
Barbara McRae, founder of Teen Frontier International (a division of EnhancedLife Coaching, LLC), a master certified coach and parent-teen expert, has developed a simple yet effective way to talk to your teen. Her latest book on this subject is "Coach Your Teen to Success - 7 Simple Steps to Transform Relationships and Enrich Lives" (ISBN 0-9759861-0-4).
While professional coaching for executives has been widespread during the last ten years, coaching for parents and kids is still an up-and-coming concept. Dr. Barbara Walton, President of the International Coach Federation, believes "...This [Coach Your Teen to Success] is the perfect resource for parents [and for other caring adults] who get that a 'new conversation' is absolutely necessary to support the growth of healthy individuals equipped to live 'full-out and on-purpose.'"
"When you stop and think about it, coaching for kids makes a lot of sense," said Barbara McRae, founder of Teen Frontier International (TFI).
TFI's mission is to reconnect teens, parents, and communities. They have also taken a leadership role to create teen suicide awareness and help teens choose life in order to live their dreams. TFI offers an assortment of tools and resources, including tele-seminars and coaching programs for adults and teens. In addition, TFI is currently sponsoring a contest for teens to win a free Business Coaching for Teens package valued at $595. For more information, visit /www.TeenFrontier.com.
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(a division of EnhancedLife Coaching, LLC)
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