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Check out new series, Teen Trouble



 
Lifetime’s new series, Teen Trouble, highlights real-life issues that teens are facing today. Beginning tonight, Dec. 28, each hour-long episode features destructive teens on their journeys toward understanding themselves and improving their future. And who better to help them than Josh Shipp? CNN crowned him a “Young Person Who Rocks,” and we couldn’t agree more!
 
In the new series, Teen Behavior Specialist Shipp provides unconventional and controversial ways of helping teens and their families confront their problems and turn their lives around for the better. The show will reveal shocking realities of depression, anger and drug problems that consume many teens’ lives, while also highlighting their path toward improvement. 

Entirely unscripted, this documentary TV show is a first-hand look into real-life issues. Due to the nature of the content, though, viewer discretion is advised (aka, it’s best to get check with your ’rents first before watching). Be sure to tune in tonight (or set your DVRs) at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime for the premiere. Then let us know your thoughts.

CLICK HERE for more info on the show.

BY CAROLINE CASSARD ON 12/28/2012 12:00:00 AM

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