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Maple Ave DVD Series
Maple Ave DVD Series
These seven award-winning programs deal with important teen issues such as bullying, depression, suicide, and family problems.
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These seven award-winning programs deal with important teen issues such as bullying, depression, suicide, and family problems. The series was broadcast on PBS during the autumn of 2012 in Los Angeles. Each program is 20-23 minutes long, and leader's guides are included.

Suitable for Grades 7-12. Can purchase separately at $89.95 each. SPECIAL: $556.00 for the 7-program series.

  • Promise Me: Parents With Addictions
    Ann has to deal with the grim reality that her parents' addictions (alcoholism and gambling) are slowly destroying her family. She is forced to face the truth about her alcoholic mother's denial of reality and her father's gambling problem when he gambles away her college fund. She soon becomes very depressed. Her brother and best friend, Tami, sense something is wrong. Will they be able to avert a potential tragedy?

  • More Than This: Body Image
    In this program, the topic of body image issues is explored via the twin lens of steroid abuse and eating disorders. Also emphasized is the importance of doing right by others, even when it's personally difficult.

  • Hating Tami: A Look at Female Bullying
    Angela and her friends take every opportunity to make Tami's life miserable, even on a social networking website. Tami's and Angela's parents give viewers insight into the girls' behavior and what life stressors they face. In a dramatic turn of events, Angela's cruel prank is uncovered.

  • Jenny's Reasons: A Story About Teen Depression
    This program examines teen depression and family dynamics that surround it. Jenny is in the throes of clinical depression, unable to understand why she feels so bad all the time. Deeply confused and desperately overwhelmed, she makes plans to end her life - plans that are thwarted when her best friend intervenes.

  • Ghosts in the Hall
    This program addresses teen bullying and the tragedies inherent when parents as well as their teenagers unfairly lable one another. Jim has been the victim of incessant bullying, but unfortunately his family doesn't help him cope with his problems, and things get progressively worse. By contrast, Jenny's family engages in healthy confrontations as they deal with their concerns following Jenny's period of depression.

  • The Hurting: Cutting for Relief
    Ashley resorts to "cutting" to cope with an abusive father who has regularly victimized her family. Like a growing number of teens nationwide, she cuts her arms and legs, substituting her overwhelming inner pain and rage with an external pain that she is seemingly better able to manage. This illusion is finally dispelled in a heart-wrenching ending in which Ashley reaches out to a sympathetic teacher for help.

  • P.S., I Miss You: The Aftermath of Suicide
    After a year and a half, Tanya and her family are still trying to cope with the suicide of her older brother. During this time, Tanya has been coping by helping others, but gradually this proves not to be enough, and she turns to drinking to ease her pain (in between haunting dreams about her dead brother). Ultimately things get out of control, and her bests friend intervenes to get Tanya much-needed help.

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