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NEWS 1:

  • Teen drinking
  • Drugs
  • Clubs & clubbing
  • Cell phones
  • Pocket money
  • Q & A: Porn; Communication; Signs of drug addiction; Self-esteem
NEWS 2:

  • Discipline
  • Depression
  • Drugs/alcohol
  • Cell phones
  • Grade 8 problems
  • Q & A: sexual activity; Boredom; Self-mutilation; Eating disorder; Drug use; Language skills; Self-esteem; Good books
NEWS 3:

  • Bullying
  • Subject choices
  • Sexual abuse
  • Matric rave week
  • ADD & ADHD
  • Q & A: Values & family; Sexual experimentation; Ritalin options; Single parenting; Self-esteem; Forum’s aims
NEWS 4:

  • Tips on communication
  • Values for teens
  • Signs of sexual abuse
  • Q & A: Heavy drinking at 16; Rebellious & cheeky teen; Grade 11 dagga; Sleepover & drinking at 13; Divorce effects; Dating after divorce.
NEWS 5:

  • Facebook
  •  Parenting: authoritarian, permissive or democratic?
  • Divorce & the adolescent
  • Cell phone camera issues
  • Self-esteem
  • Drugs
  • Q & A: MXit gude; Monster teen; Sexual activity; Communication
NEWS 6:

  • Violence, alcohol & death
  • Sexual bullies
  • Spoilt-brat bullies
  • Talking sex
  • Self-esteem: media’s impact
  • Q & A: Only-child tips; Imaginary friends; Angry child; Older boyfriend; Crime’s effects; Sex with teacher.

 

NEWS 7:

  • Facebook
  • Online dangers
  • Drug use
  • Hubbly Bubbly
  • EMO
  • Drink spiking
  • Gonzo porn
  • Q & A: Drugs being used & where they are found; Parenting tips
NEWS 8:

  • ‘Eye drops’ & drink spiking
  • MXit cost alert
  • ‘Rape me’ games
  • Counsellors
  • Parents’ self-esteem
  • Q & A: 15-year-old pregnant; SMSing and lack of sleep; Boyfriend on drugs; Son victimised; Remarried dad.

 

NEWS 9:

  • What’s worrying parents & schools?
  • Launch of Life Talk for Parents
  • Self-harm / cutting
  • Are fake IDs OK?
NEWS 10:

  • Hubbly Bubbly – important info!
  • Chewing tobacco
  • Fake ID: a teen’s story
  • Head injuries
NEWS 11:

  • Anti-teen drinking initiatives
  • Initiation or bullying?
  • A drug dealer’s alert to parents
  • Divorce
  • Cults
  • Mental illness; bi-polar
  • Retrouvaille & help for marriages
  • Parenting Forums
  • FAMSA workshops
NEWS 12:

  • Tug-of-War launch and why we all need to pull together
  • Pornography: why is it so dangerous now?
  • Porn addiction: causes and consequences
NEWS 13:

  • TUG-OF-WAR
  • Chat rooms: fun or dangerous?
  • “Kiddy Bubbly”
  • Reporting child porn
  • Cyberbullying
  • The ARA & teen alcohol
NEWS 14:

  • Choking games
  • Tug-of-War
  • Random drug testing; Drug survey
  • Rainbow parties
  • My mobile watchdog
  • Talks by Sally  Thorp
  • Child trafficking

 

NEWS 15:

  • Huffing
  • Chat-rooms
  • Blow-jobs ain’t sex!
  • STDs
  • Drunk parents
  • Sexting
  • Cape & Life Talk
  • Table Tuesdays
  • Arabic Life Talk book
NEWS 16:

  • Acronyms on mxit
  • What should parents do?
  • Facebook: parents’ guide
  • Video clip re teen challenges
  • Team & initiatives

 

NEWS 17:

  • Drug Alert at Schools:
    Chewing Tobacco or drug?
  • Life changing book!
    The Tug-of-Life launch!
NEWS 18:

  • Drugs: Urgent Alert!
  • Drink Spiking
  • QOOH.ME
  • Alcohol & Teen Brain
  • Updated Life Talk Books
  • Videos
  • Team & Initiatives
NEWS 19:

  • Stress Symptoms
  • Stress Beaters/Tips
  • Book Special
  • Videos
NEWS 20:

  • Parties: Tips
  • Flashmob – A World First!
  • Book Special
  • Videos
  • News 1-19if
NEWS 21:

  • Bullied or the bully?
  • Vital conversations to have with your children, teens and young adults
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NEWS 22

  • Should you be worried about prescription drug abuse?
  • Facts and figures
  • Over-the-counter drugs
  • Knowledge is power
  • Book special ‘4 for the price of 3’
NEWS 23

  • To all young people: take charge of your lives, your choices, and your outcomes!
NEWS 24

  • Alert to parents! Do you know what potentially unsuitable computer games your child might be playing?
NEWS 25

  • School-fights for cash: reality or insanity?
  • Are we raising dysfunctional young adults?
  • Life Talk a great CSI BBBEE option now!
  • Life Talk’s reach and impact
NEWS 26

  • Tips for beating exam stress
  • Parenting workshops for businesses to run
NEWS 27

  • Giving the Gift of Time
  • A perfect Christmas gift – Book Special
  • MySchool Card with Life Talk as the beneficiary
  • Shisha Pens
  • Donate to or consider Life Talk as a CSI partner
NEWS 28

  • Creating a happy ‘blended’ family
  • Life Talk workshops and talks (for parents, schools and companies)
  • Life Talk book special
NEWS 29

  • The importance of helping children to make wise choices
  • 75% success as Tug of Life empowers learners to make better choices
  • Implementing simple, choice-focussed concept at schools, churches and companies

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