In today's society there is nothing any harder than being a teenager. With the constant pressure of school, after school activities, sports, dating, your parents and trying to fit in with the "in" crowd, not to mention, the demanding social pressures. At times, it can be quite a heavy load to carry, but now, through our books, we help you relate, answer any questions you may have and help you deal with what you are experiencing.
We receive thousands of letters each day from teenagers asking questions about teen social pressures; bullying, cyber safety, drug & alcohol abuse, emotional, physical & sexual abuse, being forced to run-away from home & live on the streets and Teen Dating Violence.
A majority of teens have no idea they need help and many are too afraid or embarrassed to ask for help, out of fear. Our goal is to provide books that teens can relate to, answer any questions teens may have and provide a solution. Our first series of books focuses on Teen Dating Violence.
Teen Dating Violence is a serious problem in this country. Statistics show 1 in 3 teens has experienced violence in a dating relationship. Usually, one partner tries to maintain power and control over the other through emotional, physical and sometimes sexual abuse. Most victims are young women, but young men are often victims, as well.
There is nothing to be embarrassed about or fear. There is help available ! ! !
Now, we invite you to educate yourself, share the experience, make a difference in someone's life and be a part of our journey to end Teen Dating Violence, once and for all. For each Teen Dating Violence book sold, a donation will be made to a teen in crisis!
At our readers requests, Donna Kshir and Sandra Potter have combined their two bestselling teen books; Breaking the Silence and I Was A Teen Abuser to create She Said, He Said into one great book... The concept behind combining the two powerful reads into one, is to show the reader abuse from both a female and male's point of view.
Breaking the Silence: Seventeen-year-old, high school student, Nicole Rogers, had everything going for her, but Nicole had a secret that would eventually become too much for her to handle. Nicole was a victim of Teen Dating Violence. Nicole had a horrible life changing experience and invites you to share her experience through her personal diary…
I Was A Teen Abuser: Seventeen year old high school senior, Jack Roberts had everything going for him. He was popular, Homecoming King and Captain of the basketball team. Little did he know, the abuse he witnessed as a child would dramatically affect the relationship with his girlfriend, Nicole, and he, too, would become an abuser of domestic violence