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From Gangs to Prison: The Challenges of Starting Over

All Points Bulletin June 19, 2017 99 No Comments

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This episode is about living the gang life, going away to prison and the struggles one faces afterward. Rudy is a former gang member attempting to start his life over after serving 10 years in state and federal prison. He is currently living in a halfway house while remaining on parole. Rudy will share aboutRead More

From Gangs to PsyD

All Points Bulletin June 19, 2017 91 No Comments

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Growing up in the gang life and the struggles to survive on the streets. Daniel, a former gang member will talk about what it’s like to live in a gang infested environment and how he stayed alive. He will also share his success after he left the gang and what he plans to accomplish afterRead More

Understanding Teen Dating Violence and Prevention

All Points Bulletin June 19, 2017 119 No Comments

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Teen Dating Violence and Prevention needs to be taken seriously. The focus of this segment is to educate teens and parents about the dangers of domestic violence and identify the red flags of an abusive relationship. Marissa Presley’s story: “No other teen should reach out for help, only to be rejected by adult

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How Does Trauma in Adolescence Affect Brain Development?

All Points Bulletin March 5, 2017 92 No Comments

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Trauma affects adolescents by changing the way the brain works. As the brain does not stop developing until the age of 25 the trauma you experience will keep affecting your brain in a negative way. Usually, adolescents around the age of 16, puberty is developing the part of the brain that deals with social skills. Read More

The Truth About Addiction: What Happens When Nobody is Home?

All Points Bulletin March 1, 2017 84 No Comments

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What happens when nobody is home? Michael S. Oden provides expert insight into the truth about addiction. Delving into the deep-rooted issues of childhood trauma, the absent and/or neglectful father and the direct correlation between the dysfunctional family dynamic and long-term drug dependency, Oden’s book is an ey

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Surviving Domestic Violence

All Points Bulletin March 1, 2017 77 No Comments

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Surviving Domestic Violence Lisa Martin is a domestic violence survivor. Lisa grew up in Running Springs, California and attended school in Lake Arrowhead. Lisa was married at the age of 19, and had 3 boys. Lisa’s marriage was very abusive, after 7 years Lisa left her abuser with her 3 boy’s ages 2, 4 andRead More

A Survivor Speaks Healing Sexual Trauma Through Art

All Points Bulletin March 1, 2017 86 No Comments

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Eve Andry is an incest survivor. Eve remained silent for many years and art became a way for her to express her deep and painful feelings. After 8 years of silence and keeping her abuse a secret, Eve found the courage to share her story with the world. Currently, Eve is an advocate for survivorsRead More

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