Teen Help on Lifetime Television

Greetings everyone and thank you for tuning in. I would like to discuss today about a show that is on Lifetime Television called Teen Help with Josh Shipp. The show airs Friday nights which started November 2, 2012. It is on at 10p.m. central time.

Josh takes on some very difficult cases. The first episode was about a girl that was highly, highly addicted to Heroin. He was able to identify the root of the problem with her and as well the with the family setting. She was able to accept the help Josh’s team extended to her. She is now in a recovery center for a year getting the help she needs and skills to then go back into the world a sober person.

This is show is a great tool for families because it can open the lines of communication that sometimes for parents it is hard to talk about drugs or other difficult subjects.

I hold this show close to heart not just because I know what these teens are going thru but because Josh asked to come and talk with a girl named Ashley (thats all I can say at this time about her) but I know first hand how he handles the teens and its incredible. As a motivational speaker against drugs I want to help everyone I can and I really want Ashley to succeed in life since she has been given this wonderful gift of renewal from Teen Help!

So pop the popcorn and get ready to learn about drug addiction and the family setting. And then allowing the subject to not be so ta-bu or difficult. ALWAYS KEEP THE LINES OF COMMUNICATION OPEN WITH FAMILY MEMBERS AND KEEP YOURSELVES EDUCATED ON DIFFICULT ISSUES SUCH AS DRUGS, BULLYING, ALCOHOLISM AND NUMEROUS OTHERS! A great thing about the Internet you can kind find information you need at reputable sites easily! So take advantage.

I would love to hear your feed back after you have watched a show or just in general.

Thank you,

Tiffany Eis

www.tiffanyeis.com

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Tiffany is a Drug Prevention Motivational Speaker. She speaks on Drug Prevention due to her own fight against drugs. She nearly died on her 30th birthday as well as having two strokes, an aortic heart valve replacement, and both legs amputated. Now she makes it mission to show & tell others what can happen, even if they think they might be Superman or Super Women. DRUGS DON'T DISCRIMINATE.
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11 Responses to Teen Help on Lifetime Television

  1. We need a lot of shows like this. Thanks for sharing Tiffany!

    • admin says:

      Steve,
      It is even scarier to think how many more people are out there without help and can’t get help when they want it (due to money issues or their insurance won’t take them) I think that is CRAZY! Thank you for responding!

  2. Very good.Thank you very much

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    • admin says:

      Watch new girl online,
      Thanks for stumbling onto my blog. I will try and find your blog or website! Famous blogger is a a huge statement but I will try my best. Thank you.
      -Tiffany

  5. admin says:

    Greetings! I hope you had a Very Merry Christmas!
    I speak from the heart because I lived it. It is my life or was my life now that I am clean and sober. I enjoy life to the fullest! You mentioned to future posts is there anything you would like to suggest? I would enjoy your thoughts and suggestions.
    Have a happy new Year and BE SAFE….it’s not always you it’s the OTHER drivers on the road!!
    -Tiff

    • Lauren says:

      For movies with teens doing bad thigns.. I’m not sure, but 10 Things I Hate About You is pretty good. And since A Walk to Remember is a Nicholas Sparks based film, The Notebook would be a good choice. Oh, a good movie about a bad student becoming better with a help of a girl, Step Up would be a good choice.For movie with young people, try Whatever It Takes. It’s cute and centered around Prom. Sleepover is a good movie about a group of girls transitioning from 8th grade to high school.

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