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Middle School Confessions (2002)

TV Movie  -  Documentary  -  4 January 2002 (USA)
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Adolescents confront issues of sexual activity, sexual orientation, violence, alcohol abuse and depression.

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Marjorie Jost ...
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Debbie Brie ...
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Deborah Roffman ...
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John Gray ...
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Carmen Hernandez ...
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Robin Maltz ...
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Eric Rodriguez ...
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David Kilmnick ...
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Andy Pachulli ...
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Fath Jobin ...
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Bob Peebles ...
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Bill Manch ...
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Adolescents confront issues of sexual activity, sexual orientation, violence, alcohol abuse and depression.

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A Good Overview of Teen Issues
30 September 2002 | by (Memphis, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

If this documentary doesn't scare parents of teenage children, it should! Our middle school kids face a lot of issues, including sexuality and sexual orientation, depression, drinking and drug use, and violence. This film touches on all of these issues, and emphasizes a key point: parental involvement and communications is necessary for our kids to grow up happy and healthy.


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