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The Educational Resources Store contains educational books and videos for children, teens, parents and teachers about adolescence and growing up. The books and videos featured on this site cover a wide range of topics. You will find topics ranging from infant education to dealing with teens with different and sometimes difficult situations. The books and DVDs contain information at all levels, including books, DVDs, games and posters geared to the children, teens, parents, and teachers.

Product ID: RAP-002
Price: $84.95

This educational video graphically illustrates the signs of relationship abuse, examining such issues as self-esteem, control, manipulation, intimidation, verbal abuse, violence, stalking and rape.  The program features an engaging open-forum discussion in which 10 diverse young adults share their own experiences with emotional, physical, and sexual abuse.  Experts in psychology and social work describe concrete warning signs of abuse, identifying the ways in which abuse affects the parties involved, and offering advice on getting out of abusive situations and getting help.  A host provides additional factual information where necessary, and leads viewers through the program as well as the forum.  Watching this program helps young people learn how secrecy and denial can perpetuate abusive situations.   Viewers learn the importance of telling and getting help immediately.  This is a very moving, informative program that all young people should see.

Runtime: 28 mins

Product ID: VIO-004
Price: $89.95

Developing a strong relationship between two people allows them to express mutual respect and love for each other.  Unfortunately, when a couple is involved in a toxic relationship that is marked by codependency, emotional violence, or domestic abuse, it can be emotionally and physically damaging and sometimes even fatal.  Finding the strength to leave a negative relationship and seek counseling can result in a gradual recovery of physical and emotional health for abused individuals and their loved ones.  This video program contains graphic material relating to domestic abuse that may not be suitable for all audiences.  Teachers are encouraged to review this program before using it in their classroom.

Runtime: 27 mins

Product ID: RAP-003
Price: $79.95   $74.95  

This video was adapted from an original play written by Daniel S. Kehde by Jaguar Educational and Producer/Director Greg Harpold.  Kehde and Harpold.  They have previously collaborated on award-winning educational dramas depicting teenage experiences with AIDS, date rape, disabilities, and hate crimes.  The program tells the story of a teen relationship that seems like love, but is eventually taken over by possessiveness, jealousy, and anger, and begins to take precedence over daily events such as school, homework, soccer practice, parties, and other friendships.  Throughout the program, viewers are introduced to the warning signs of an abusive relationship.  The age of the actors makes the program ideal for secondary school students, but it can also be used for a younger or a more general audience.  The story is reinforced by interview segments with domestic violence counselors who make connections between events in the drama and the patterns of abuse evident in real-life situations.  The video helps young people recognize the characteristics of a dangerous relationship, and makes the point that it is NEVER too late to get help.

Runtime: 43 mins

Product ID: ABU-004
Price: $64.95   $58.45

Emotional abuse can be difficult to define, since there may be no physical signs.  It is clear that this form of destructive behavior is based on power and control, and many teens suffer emotional abuse from their peers, family and other trusted adults.  It can affect their self-esteem and greatly impair psychological development and social interaction, manifesting itself in many ways.  These can include social withdrawal, severe anxiety, fearfulness, depression, physical complaints, substance abuse and the inability to feel and express emotions appropriately.  Emotional abuse can occur when parents or teens in relationships constantly criticize and threaten, resulting in damage to self-esteem and feelings of self-worth.  In this program, Teens discuss their experiences with emotional abuse, how they recognize it, and the effect and consequences it has now and may have throughout their lives.  Interspersed with the Teen discussions are valuable insights and guidance from clinical psychologist Dr Deborah Cooper.

Runtime: 20 mins

Product ID: BUL-101
Price: $99.95

People get hurt by words every day. Across the nation, someone is being subjected to mocking, name-calling or having rumors spread about them all over school.  Some victims of emotional harassment never fully recover from it, and the consequences can be devastating, yet the perpetrators go unpunished.  In this video, you'll find out what constitutes emotional harassment and what you can do to stop this social phenomenon.

Runtime: 24 mins

Product ID: BUL-102
Price: $69.95

Teens today are faced with many challenging situations, but one of the most difficult is sexuality.  In this video, you'll learn how to recognize and deal with sexual harassment, and understand the permanent consequences of this devastating problem.  Sexual harassment is not normal, and it's not a joke.  Do your part to stop this epidemic.

Runtime: 21 mins

Product ID: ABU-003
Price:  $59.95

Even though emotional violence does not physically leave scars, it does a tremendous amount of damage to a person's psychological state.  In this video, powerful information is presented, as well as instruction on how to approach, understand and manage emotional violence.  Find out how the harmful cycle of emotional violence can be broken, and see how to have healthy relationships>

Runtime: 18 mins

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