“Through the thickest fog that life an bring comes Debra Beck: a radiant voice of reason during times of trouble or uncetainty. I, and several of my family and friends, have worked with Debra, regularly, for more than a year. Whether she helpsme through an emotional “911″, or helps me slowly untangle some of my scars from childhood, she is always there with a calming, empowering presence.
Debra Beck is a beacon of light and love who will enable you and your loved ones to know and love yourselves more than you ever imagined possible! I am a better woman, mother and friend because of Debra’s influence on my life!
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Helping teenagers and parents has become my life’s work. It is my passion to help teens learn to love themselves and to help parents strengthen their relationship with their teen.
… Girls who have low self-esteem generally go where society leads them. Unfortunately, the stakes are high if they mess up. “When girls who already have a low sense of self engage in any activity before they’re ready, their self-esteem plummets even more,” says Beck. Often, such activity can be self-destructive or even harmful. The problem is that besides ruining their tween/teen years, these behaviors tend to follow them into adulthood and affect their lives as a whole, then get passed on to the next generation. Peer pressure only adds to the problem.