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Good Enough ParentingBlogtalk Radio with Good Enough Parenting, Margit Crane, “Teaching Kids to Be Good People” We all try to be role models to our kids, but today’s world is filled with challenges. How do we teach our kids to be “good”? This week’s guest, Annie Fox, has been educating teens and adults for years. Her latest book Teaching Kids To Be Good People is chock full of personal (very personal) stories, advice and exercises to help you harness those “teachable moments.” 3/18/13 (29 minutes) More »
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Dr. Regina Rei LamourelleOur Love-Hate Relationship With Our Teens — Dr. Regina Rei Lamourelle, Carl E. Pickhardt Ph.D, Annie Fox, M.Ed. on BAM Radio. Teen driving you crazy? Sometimes to better understanding your teen, you have to better understand yourself. Our guests make a provocative case that often the struggle with teens is the result of unspoken parent envy. You won’t want to miss this eye-opening discussion. Recorded 3/9/13 (13 minutes) More »
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Shannon Devereaux SanfordShannon’s Corner WTBQ Radio, 99.1 FM, Goshen, NY, “Teaching Kids to Be Good People” — Live interview with Shannon Devereaux Sanford. Annie talks with Shannon about her new parenting book, “Teaching Kids to Be Good People.” Recorded 11/13/12 (20 minutes) More »
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Denise MichaelsAnnie joined Denise Michaels (Book Talk Radio), author of Testosterone-Free Marketing: The Yin and Yang of Marketing for Women, to talk about the process of writing a non-fiction book and getting it out in the world. Posted 11/15/12 (37 minutes) More »
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DeAnna L’am, Red MoonAnnie’s interview with DeAnna L’am during Red Moon’s 2nd Annual Rites of Passage TeleSummit “Skillfully Guiding Girls to Womanhood and Boys to Manhood.” Recorded 10/24/12 (58 minutes) Listen »
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The Coffee Klatch on Blog Talk Radio — Annie Fox talks with host Marianne Russo about her new parenting book Teaching Kids to Be Good People. 11/11/12 (33 minutes) More »
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Claudette Chenevert, The Stepmom CoachWe love our kids, but sometimes we just don’t get them. We try to be friends and that doesn’t work. Annie joined Claudette Chenevert, The Stepmom Coach to talk about what parents (even stepparents) should do to raise good people. Recorded 11/7/12 (59 minutes) More »
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Dr. Rosina McAlpineAnnie joined Dr. Rosina McAlpine, Founder and Developer of Inspired Children and Associate Professor at the University of Sydney, to talk about how parents of teens can learn how to improve their relationship with their sons/daughters. Posted 11/5/12 (55 minutes) More »
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Sarah NewtonAnnie joined Sarah Newton, Britain’s top teen and parenting coach and host of the Teenology: The Youth Success Show, to talk about Annie’s new parenting bookTeaching Kids to Be Good People: Progressive Parenting for the 21st Century.” Recorded 10/11/12 (33 minutes) More »
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The Coffee Klatch on Blog Talk Radio — Annie Fox returns just in time to help you prepare your tween or teen emotionally for the new school year. Whether your teen is moving up to middle or high school or just returning to their old stomping ground, Annie is here to give parents advice on transitioning and cutting down on the drama and anxiety many teens face. 9/7/11 (29 minutes) More »
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Click to watch videoFoxNews.com Live: Teen Sex in the Family Home — Should parents allow their teens to have sex in the home? Annie was featured as a guest expert on teens, sex, and the role of parents, 7/20/11 (6 minutes) More »
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Phyllis PomettaPhyllis Pometta, The Mommy Mentor — Annie and Phyllis discuss Cruel’s Not Cool!, Annie’s anti-bullying campaign to engage students, teachers, administrators and parents in a community-wide exploration of our culture of cruelty, why cruel’s not cool, and what each of us can do, moment-by-moment to take back our schools by making them safer, more accepting places for all students all the time. 8/31/10 (58 minutes, Annie’s interview starts 30 minutes in) More »
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Ali BerlinAli Berlin, Alive with Ali Berlin — Annie and Ali talk about improving communication between parents and teens, how to teach and live the values you want to impart to your kids, and tips for dealing with school bullying. 7/24/10 (56 minutes) More »
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Joe BruzzeseTeleseminar with Joe Bruzzese, “What’s up with my family?” — Annie shares highlights from her book for middle school and answers common questions like “Since we don’t get to choose our family (like we can choose our friends) what can tweens actually DO about family situations?” and “Aren’t they kinda stuck with what they’ve got?” 7/21/10 (23 minutes) More »
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Sharon SilverSharon Silver, Getting to the Heart of the Matter — Annie and Sharon talk about what parents can do to assist their children when facing a bully. 6/10/10 (58 minutes) More »
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Shannon Devereaux SanfordShannon’s Corner WTBQ Radio, 99.1 FM, Goshen, NY, “Cruel’s Not Cool!” — Live interview with Shannon Devereaux Sanford. A fifth grader hanged herself, a 15-year-old hanged herself in January and a 9th grader jumped to her death. All were victims of bullying. And that is just a sad sampling of what has been going on with our kids. Could anything be sadder? No. And it needs to stop - NOW. Annie talks with Shannon about her anti-bullying campaign, “Cruel’s Not Cool!” Recorded 5/25/10 (25 minutes) More »
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Hilary BilbreyHilary Bilbrey, Author, “What’s Your Story: Bullying”, Annie and Hilary, discuss bullying and helping teens become more self-aware, self-confident and better able to make choices that reflect who they really are. 5/7/10 (58 minutes) More »
Click to read The Children’s Book Review “Author Interview: Annie Fox—Teen Self-Esteem.” 5/04/10 – May is National Teen Self-Esteem Month, a month dedicated to boosting confidence and self-image. Annie Fox, M.Ed., an award winning author and educator with 30+ years experience, sheds some light on how we, as parents and teachers, can help raise confident and secure teens... More »
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Louise Masin SattlerLouise Masin Sattler, School Psychologist, “Learning and Laughter with Louise - Middle School Confidential Series”, Annie and Louise, discuss Annie’s book series for tweens. 4/28/10 (58 minutes) More »
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Lee RosenStay Happily Married with Lee Rosen, “What To Do When Your Kids Start Dating”, Are you dreading the day when your kids start dating? Different parenting styles, youthful defiance, and parental concern may seem like recipe for disaster. It’s no wonder that parents of teens often have some of the lowest marital satisfaction. Lee Rosen (StayHappilyMarried.com) talks with Annie Fox about what to expect when your kids reach dating age, how to deal with your concerns in a way that doesn’t alienate your children, and how to keep some sanity in your marriage during the process. 4/12/10 (24 minutes) More »
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Jacqueline GreenParenting Summit with Jacqueline Green, “Social Issues, School and What’s Going on in Your Adolescent’s Brain”, Annie and Jacqueline Green (GreatParentingPractices.com and TheParentingSummit.com) talk about parenting tips for helping you with your middle school tween. 3/22/10 (67 minutes) More »
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Aricia LaFranceBlogtalk Radio with ProParentCoach Aricia E. LaFrance, “How to Save Our Kids from Early Sexualization”, Annie and Aricia (Spirit 2 Spirit) discuss the epidemic of kids having sex way too young and how cell phones, Facebook and My Space seem to be aggravating the problem. What can we do to save our kids from this cultural trend? 3/18/10 (60 minutes) More »
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Dr. Daisy SutherlandEncourage Your Children with Dr. Daisy Sutherland, “Encouraging your Tween Child”, The tween years are very challenging and Annie shares ways we can help your tween and have a loving and healthy relationship with them. 2/23/10 (58 minutes) More »
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Diana FletcherDiana Fletcher Life Coaching Teleclass, Annie talks to Diana about “Too Stressed to Think? Effective parenting Even When Your Teen Drives You CRAZY”, 2/17/10 (61 minutes) More »
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Dr. Sue Hubbard, M.D.The Kid’s Doctor (CBS Radio Dallas 103.7 Lite FM) with Sue Hubbard, M.D. Pediatrician, “Teens and Relationships”, Annie and Dr. Sue Hubbard, M.D. Pediatrician, discuss what parents can do to effectively guide their teens through dating and relationships. (click for transcript) 2/14/10 (11 minutes) More »
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Deb BaileyBlogtalk Radio with Deb Bailey, Middle School Confidential Series”, Annie and Deb (Power Women Magazine) talk about Annie’s Middle School Confidential series. 1/19/10 (47 minutes) More »
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Beth GreerProgressive Radio Network - Super Natural Teen Show with Beth Greer, “Helping Teens Handle Stress”, Annie and Beth discuss ways teens can de-stress, and how their parents can help. 1/10/10 (60 minutes) More »
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Leslie GailBlogtalk Radio with Lifecoach Leslie Gail, “Avoiding Holiday Stress”, Annie and Leslie discuss ways to de-stress over the holidays so that you don’t feel the need to create the “perfect” holiday. 12/7/09 (60 minutes) More »
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Sarah CookInterview with Sarah Cook, “Why 21st Century Kids Need 21st Century Parenting”, Annie and Sarah Cook (SaturdayMorningMastermind.com and BizKidsSuccessSummit.com) discuss the unique challenges of raising healthy tweens and teens in this time and place. 12/3/09 (36 minutes) More »
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Dr. Lynne KenneyBlogTalkRadio with Dr. Lynne Kenney, Pediatric Psychologist, “The Family Coach — Tips for Parenting Tweens”, In this era we can use all the tips we can get on parenting our tweens. Join Annie Fox as we talk about moms top five tips! 11/03/09 (16 minutes) More »
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Jacqueline GreenTeleseminar with Jacqueline Green, “Middle School Parents’ Survival Guide”, Annie and Jacqueline Green (GreatParentingPractices.com) talk about parenting tips for helping you with your middle school tween. 10/20/09 (74 minutes) More »
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Mona GraysonTeleseminar with Mona Grayson, “10 Ways For Better Relationship with Your Teenagers”, Annie and “Miss Mona” (FreeBehaviorCharts.com) talk about parenting tips for helping you reconnect and stay connected with your teen. 10/14/09 (78 minutes) More »
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Leslie GailBlogtalk Radio with Lifecoach Leslie Gail, “Parenting 21st Century Kids”, Annie and Leslie talk about challenges kids face, ways to stress proof your family and tips to improve relationships with your kids. 10/5/09 (61 minutes) More »
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Traci Sanders CampbellHeroes at Home Radio with Traci Sanders Campbell, “Interview with Online Advisor and Author, Annie Fox”, parenting is challenging. Single parenting has its own special built-in challenges. Annie talks to single parents about how to be the most effective leaders in their families. 9/17/09 (16 minutes) More »
Click to read CanISitWithYou.org “Annie Fox: Tips on Teens and Bullying.” 9/07/09 – Features a sampling of Annie’s Hey Terra! questions and answers about teens and bullying... More »
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Joe BruzzeseTeleseminar with Joe Bruzzese, “Back to School Experts Share their Ideas”, a conversation about making the most of the new school year, how parents and kids can build on what worked last year and change what didn’t. 8/5/09 (15 minutes) More »
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Shannon Devereaux SanfordShannon’s Corner WTBQ Radio, 99.1 FM, Goshen, NY, “Middle School Confidential, Real Friends vs. the Other Kind” — Live interview with Shannon Devereaux Sanford. Annie shares tips for parents on how to help your child navigate middle school, and the challenges that friendships and peer groups bring to young teens. Learn what you need to know to help your young teen make good choices. Recorded 6/4/09 (24 minutes - interview starts at 2:12) More »
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Shrink Rap RadioShrink Rap Radio hosted by David Van Nuys, Ph.D., “Shrink Rap Radio #198 - Understanding Teenage Psychology with Annie Fox” 3/6/09 (63 minutes) More »
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Sarah NewtonAnnie joined Sarah Newton, Britain’s top teen and parenting coach and host of the Gen Y Guide radio show, in a Student Support System podcast about “Helping students cope with exam-time stress.” Recorded 2/09/09 (53 minutes) More »
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Grandparents.com, “Having ‘The Talk’: Body Image” Annie was interviewed for this article by Paula Silverman, 1/27/09 – If grandchildren confide in you that they are considering radical cosmetic procedures, discuss with them how this is not a decision that they should make impulsively. By encouraging them to sit down and think it through, you can play a major role in helping them make informed choices. “Hormonally, teens are all over the map — their brain development is not at a place where they can evaluate themselves and do a good job of predicting outcomes of choices,” says Annie Fox, an online advisor for teens and the author of Middle School Confidential: Be Confident in Who You Are (Free Spirit, 2008). “Therefore, they’re more likely to make choices they’ll later regret, from their need for peer approval. Grandparents can be a wonderful antidote to the stresses of peer group, school, and home, as they are less likely to have ‘carved-in-stone’ expectations of the child. Grandparents also have fewer short-term expectations than parents, so it’s easier for the child to just ‘be’ with a grandparent.” ... More »
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Sarah NewtonAnnie appeared on Britain’s top teen parenting coach Sarah Newton’s radio show: Help My Teenager is an Alien — Annie talked with Sarah about “Helping teens fight Peer Approval Addiction.” Recorded 1/14/09 (44 minutes) (Note: interview with Annie cuts out near the end due to technical difficulties) More »
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Shannon Devereaux SanfordShannon’s Corner WTBQ Radio, 99.1 FM, Goshen, NY, “Middle School Confidential” — Live interview with Shannon Devereaux Sanford. Helping parents guide middle schoolers. Recorded 11/19/08 (51 minutes) More »
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Joe BruzzeseTeleseminar with Joe Bruzzese, “Ideas for a stress-free holiday season”, a conversation about creating a fulfilling holiday season for your family, free from the typical stress and anxiety many of us seem to feel. 11/13/08 (42 minutes) More »

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It’s Different, KZSU Stanford 90.1 FM, “Helping Kids, Teens and Parents Create Healthier Relationships” — Live interview by Sri. Call-in show with parents of teens. Recorded 10/29/08 (66 minutes)

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SparkLife/SparkNotes, “Dating 101: Consider This Before Making a Move on Your Crush” Annie was interviewed for this article, 9/22/08 – “Find out whether the person is accepting or judgmental, friendly or stuck up,” says Annie Fox, author of The Teen Survival Guide to Dating and Relating. Get to know his character and there’ll be no surprises later. This is is why going out with someone you’ve only chatted with via Facebook is a terrible idea, she stresses. ... More »
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Free Spirit Publishing Upbeat News, “A teen pregnancy pact?!” an editorial by Annie Fox, 8/08 – Last month’s widely reported spike in the pregnancy rate at a Massachusetts high school stunned many folks. But the 10th-grade moms-to-be weren’t among them. Why? Because apparently most of the seventeen sophomores who got pregnant at Glouster High did it intentionally. You heard it right. The girls were trying to get pregnant!

The school nurse reported that the girls repeatedly marched together into her office for pregnancy tests. They comforted each other when the tests were negative and positive results were met with squeals of delight and hugs all around. On hearing her positive test results, one girl loudly proclaimed “Sweet!” ... More »

Click to read PDF version Tidewater Parent CampConnections, “How to Win Friends and Influence People: The Kids’ Version” by Kristen De Deyn Kirk, Spring 2008 – If your child has had mixed success with making friends at school, you of course wonder what you can do to help him or her. The idea of a summer camp filled with potential friends and lots to do probably popped into your mind – and you might be headed in the right direction... More »
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Hillside Family Forum, WRMM 101.3, Rochester, NY, “When Relationships End” — Live interview with Terese Taylor. Nothing is more painful than the breakup of your child’s first romance. Terese talks with Annie about helping your child through the crisis of a broken heart. Recorded 4/6/08 (25 minutes) More »
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Wise Counsel Podcast hosted by David Van Nuys, Ph.D., “Annie Fox on Parenting 21st Century Teens” According to Ms. Fox, the quickened pace, advanced communications technology and media saturation characteristic of the 21st century has resulted in a generation of children who are much more stressed out than prior generations. 2/4/08 (44 minutes) More »
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It’s Different, KZSU Stanford 90.1 FM, “Helping Kids, Teens and Parents Create Healthier Relationships” — Live interview by Sri. Call-in show with parents of teens. Recorded 1/30/08 (66 minutes) More »
Click to read PDF Educational Resource Handbook for Students from the Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP), “Too Stressed to Think? Using the Body-Mind Connection to Get Back in Balance” by Annie Fox, 2008 Edition
   “Hey, how’s it going?”
   “I’ve got tons of homework and school just started. None of my friends are in any of my clases. Soccer try outs are this afternoon,
and I forgot my shoes. And my mom wants me to baby-sit my brother tonight. How’s it going? I’m STRESSED!”
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teens.LoveToKnow.com “Awesome Ways to Ask Out a Girl or Guy.” 10/07 – If you are looking for a few tips on awesome ways to ask out a girl or guy, teen expert and author Annie Fox is full of advice. She answers these and other questions “Is it OK for a girl to ask a guy out or should she wait for the guy to ask her out?” and “If someone is asked to Homecoming but does not want to go with that person, what is the best way to say ’no thanks?’”... More »
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Scholastic Parents, “(Don’t) Rescue Me: When your child reaches middle school, it’s time for a hands-off homework policy” by Abby Margolis Newman, 7/31/07 – Sometimes my involvement in my two middle school boys’ academic lives feels like A Tale of Two Mommies: it is the best of instincts and the worst of instincts, coexisting and often struggling against each other. Many parents of middle-schoolers have to make decisions almost daily as to whether and how much to intervene in their child’s work — when to help and when does “help” morph into hindrance — and we find ourselves veering from one extreme to the other trying to achieve the right balance... More »
Click to read New York Daily News “Scourge of the Mean Girls. Experts fear epidemic of witchlike, bullying behavior in schools.” 12/9/06 – Twelve-year-old Brooke goes to a swanky Manhattan private school every day panic- stricken. “I am always afraid I’m wearing the wrong thing, and one of them will make a big deal out of it in front of the entire class and I will be, like, destroyed.”

The “them” she refers to is a clique of popular girls who make a point of belittling, berating and bullying her as well as a few other kids... More »

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Dr. Beth HalbertWomen’s Radio — Live interview on Dr. Beth’s Compassionate Parenting Program with host Dr. Beth Halbert. Talking with teens from around the country about relationships, making good choices, relating to friends and parents, and dealing with anger and jealousy. Recorded 11/7/06 (27 minutes) More »
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  • She had married a millionaire.
  • She had become a millionaire.
  • She had been named Miss America.

Almost achieving one of the three – Lawless was Miss Arizona 2002 – isn’t reason enough to go back to Dominican Academy, a prestigious Catholic prep school for girls in New York City. More »

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Daughters Magazine, “Is Multi-Tasking Good for Her?” by Annie Fox, 9/06. Lots of us think that we’re more efficient when we do more than one thing at a time. And women are presumed to be born multitaskers. Personally, I don’t find it a superior skill. When I multitask, I actually take more time to complete what I’m doing, and I’m more likely to make a mistake. When you also factor in the inevitable stress and the emotional detachment resulting from being so “scattered,” well, it doesn’t make a great case in favor of multitasking. More »
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College Outlook, “Getting Real about College Life” by Annie Fox. When you leave for college, you’ll say goodbye to all you’ve ever known (at least until Thanksgiving break). Throughout your college career, you’re going to face many challenges. It’s normal and good to feel a certain level of stress when dealing with new situations—it keeps you alert, aware and on your toes. But when you’re at college, especially during the first weeks and months, you’ll want to be in control of stress, otherwise you can start feeling weighed down and overwhelmed. More »
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710 KCMO AM, Guest appearance on The Doug Kellett Show – Annie talks about the stress of “back to school”, Kansas City, MO, 9/6/06 (7:55) More »
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Marin Independent Journal “Easing teen angst: Practical advice for youth and parents” by Rick Polito, 4/17/06 – ANNIE FOX has 5,800 responses to 5,800 e-mails from 5,800 teen-agers in her “sent” box. The problems hit all the tangents in the teen trajectory - parents, self-esteem, shame, loneliness, sex.

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Annie Fox on UPN Bay Area discusses teen stress and MySpace.comUPN Bay Area “Too Stressed to Think?” – Joe Vazquez interviews Annie about how teens (and everyone else) can recognize and reduce stress. Also discussed is how parents should handle their teen’s MySpace.com page, 3/19/06 (7 minutes) More »
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Voice America’s Health & Wellness Radio — Live interview on “Growing Up in America” with host Dr. Charles Nozicka, 2/21/06 (1 hour)
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Radio Interview — Viewpoint/Annie Fox “Too Stressed to Think?” with Gimmy Park Li. KNBR (AM 680), KSAN/The Bone (FM 107.7), KFOG/KFFG (FM 104.5/97.7), The Ticket/KTCT (AM 1050), 2/18/06, 2/19/06 (30 minutes) More »
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Anyone who’s ever had to deal with tough questions from kids knows it’s not easy being a parent these days. Annie Fox, author of Can You Relate?: Real World Advice for Teens on Guy, Girls, Growing Up, and Getting Along [re-released as The Teen Survival Guide to Dating & Relating: Real World Advice About Guys, Girls, Growing Up And Getting Along], a collection of letters that deal with just those kinds of questions, from kids of all ages, knows it better than most. More »

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Teen Talk Radio — These archived webcasts (originally recorded for TeenTalkNetwork.com) feature Annie Fox and her teen co-host Jazlan Grigsby. (15 segments, 10-20 minutes each) More »
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''Teaching Kids to Be Good People'' by Annie Fox, M.Ed. “People Are Like Lollipops” by Annie Fox, Illustrated by Brian Narelle
“People Are Like Lollipops” iBook by Annie Fox, Illustrated by Brian Narelle available on the iBookstore
Download ''Are We Lost?'' on Kindle
“People Are Like Lollipops” by Annie Fox, Illustrated by Brian Narelle, Print Edition available on CreateSpace
Books and Apps for Kids
''Are We Lost?'' by Annie Fox, Illustrated by Eli Noyes
Download ''Are We Lost?'' on Kindle
''Are We Lost?'' by Annie Fox, Illustrated by Eli Noyes, Print Edition available on CreateSpace
''Are You My Friend?'' by Annie Fox, Illustrated by Eli Noyes
''Are You My Friend?'' iBook by Annie Fox, Illustrated by Eli Noyes available on the iBookstore
''Are You My Friend?'' by Annie Fox, Illustrated by Eli Noyes, Print Edition available on CreateSpace
Books & Apps for Teens
''Middle School Confidential 2: Real Friends vs. the Other Kind'' iPad app ''Middle School Confidential 1: Be Confident in Who You Are'' iPad app ''The Teen Survival Guide to Dating & Relating: Real-World Advice on Guys, Girls, Growing Up, and Getting Along'' by Annie Fox M.Ed.
''Middle School Confidential, Book 3: What's Up with My Family?'' by Annie Fox, Illustrated by Matt Kindt
''Middle School Confidential, Book 2: Real Friends vs. The Other Kind'' by Annie Fox M.Ed., Illustrated by Matt Kindt
''Middle School Confidential, Book 1: Be Confident in Who You Are'' by Annie Fox, Illustrated by Matt Kindt
''Too Stressed to Think? A Teen Guide to Staying Sane When Life Makes You CRAZY'' by Annie Fox, M.Ed. and Ruth Kirschner