Frederick M. Brown
Which is probably because October is National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month and they are doing their part in making you and your teens aware, three cheers for Fox!
What I liked most came at the end when Rachel not only made the choice of throwing away the drugs, but she also replaced the urge to take the drugs with exercise and the excitement of going for a goal. She clearly made a choice of living a healthy lifestyle and modeled goal setting behavior. Something positive to share with our teens. I've said it before, I'm going to say it again, the writers of this show really 'get' what our teens need these days.
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What did you and your teen talk about after this week's show? Please share in our comments area.
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