January 28, 2016
Hosted by Brandi England with Guest Co-Host
This week we explore mental health and the stigmas surrounding it. Youth struggle with things like depression, eating disorders and anxiety and yet they don't often know who to turn to. Parents are stuck searching for answers and their isnt always a solution... the brain is so complex that there is no perfect answer. We explore tips, tricks and ways to reduce the stigma around mental health struggles so that parents and the youth of tomorrow may find some of their own answers.
Monday at 5 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel
Teen Wealth inspires teens through sharing of stories and ideas, while tackling the tough subjects that our teens are confronted with. Each week we focus on different themes such as Eating Disorders, Mental Health, Entrepreneurship, Physical Health, Bullying, Self Esteem, LGBT, Money, Sex and Parenting. Within each theme, our different hosts share stories, tips and advice from their own personal experiences and we also invite parents, teachers and teens to share their own stories. Each week we choose a book and movie of the week, as well as issue a weekly challenge to teens so they can then share their results on our private Teen Wealth Radio Show Facebook Group. Our favorite section of the show is our Everyday Heroes section, where we highlight young people that are positively making a difference in our world.
Brandi England with Guest Co-Host
Brandi simply glows with an energy that ignites possibilities in those whose flames have flickered. From being the only woman working with 800 men deep in the Amazon to supporting drug and alcohol abusers with violent histories, she now stands strong by helping young men and women become more than they thought possible. Feeling Vulnerable? Out of choices? Brandi will help you stand up and step out with renewed conviction, courage and confidence. Even though she is the Founder of Global Teen Wealth, Powerful You, All Heart Talent Management and host of Teen Wealth Radio - she is never too busy to take a call from a teen who just needs someone to listen.