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LoveSmarts® 2020 Newsletter

Free Teens Youth, of the Institute for Relationship Intelligence, reaches thousands of teens with messages of healthy relationships, self-leadership, and service to others, helping them to focus on achieving their future dreams and avoiding traps that could endanger their lives and goals!

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WARNING SIGNS of Child Sex Trafficking

November 20th, 2019|News Articles|

In recent years there has been growing awareness of Child Sex Trafficking. Here are WARNING SIGNS to watch for:

  • Signs of physical abuse such as burn marks, bruises or cuts
  • Unexplained absences from school, truancy
  • Less appropriately dressed than before
  • Sexualized behavior
  • Overly tired or falls asleep in class
  • Withdrawn, depressed, or distracted
  • Brags about making or having lots of money
  • Displays expensive clothes, accessories, or shoes
  • New tattoo (tattoos often used by pimps as a way to brand victims.)
  • Older boyfriend, new friends with a different lifestyle, or gang involvement
  • Disjointed family connections, running away, living with friends, or experiencing […]

Today’s Teens Might Be Better Law-Abiding Citizens Than Any Generation in 60 Years

November 14th, 2019|News Articles|

Courtesy of Good News Network

More than a decade of data reveals that American teens have become far less likely to abuse alcohol, nicotine, and illicit drugs, and less likely to engage in delinquent behaviors, such as fighting and stealing.

Researchers found that the number of substance-use disorders among 12- to 17-year olds had declined by 49% over a 12-year span, along with a simultaneous 34% decline in delinquent behaviors, such as fighting, assault, stealing, selling drugs or carrying a handgun.

The decline in substance abuse among teens in the years before 2015 parallels findings in other recent surveys, but, […]

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