Living from the Inside Out

    • Part 1

      Hear from teenagers how they feel about social media sites and how these sites contribute to anxiety and depression among teens.

    • Part 2

      Hear from Chandler DeWitt about quitting competitive basketball after playing for six years and why it was the right decision for her.

    • Part 3

      Among young people depression and anxiety are three times higher than in the 1930's. Hear about the cultural shift from intrinsic to extrinsic values in society today.

    • Part 4

      Kids need to have the opportunity to explore and find their passion. In this segment John Gramlich discovers his love for performing and chooses to leave sports behind.

    • Part 5

      Parents and teachers have the challenge of finding a balance between extrinsic values (grades, test scores, building a resume) and intrinsic values (character, kindness, respect).

  • Living from the Inside Out

    Grade Level: Elementary, Middle & High School

    About the Program

    Test scores. Team Sports. Technology. Teens face a competitive, complex, 24-7 existence. Experts believe a cultural shift — with values placed by parents, school systems and communities on external outcomes and material success — may be the fuel for undue stress and anxiety. How can educators, parents and kids themselves redefine this race for reward?


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