Readers have declared "Save the Teens" is a "must have" on every parent's bookshelf. Teens have found the book helpful as well.
The conception for the book came after the author's one year anniversary of her son's death. Carolyn looked at the stack of research from books and printouts from the Internet that she had accumulated over the year. She determined she had enough information on the topics surrounding teen depression, substance abuse, and suicide that a book was waiting to be "born."
While writing "Save the Teens" it became apparent that parents should be the main audience for the book. Carolyn hopes that other parents of teens will learn from her research and help to save not only their own teen, but others they may be in contact with regularly.
It takes a village to save our teens - won't you join in the quest to
SAVE THE TEENS?
The opening chapter is an entry from the journal Carolyn started two weeks after her Cameron's death. It's the re-telling of Cameron's last day. It could be entitled "The Nightmare Begins" but rather it is called "Cameron's Final Day." It is very distressing because it's written with much detail of finding her son and the attempts to bring him back to life.
Other Chapters Include:
A chapter on suicide will explain what to watch for if your teen has become disillusioned with life.
Thanks for joining in the brigade to save the teens!
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The front cover photo of Cameron Stephenson was taken by Ms.Jerry M. Allison, while the two of them were on a photo shoot together in North Texas.
The cover compilation was created by Jaclyn Whited Carpenter, a friend of Cameron's who were in the same graphic design class while at Dale Jackson Career Center in Lewisville, TX.
The text behind the photo was part of a blog Cameron wrote a month before he ended his life.
Book cover design by Cynthia Meyer of North Carolina.